Group Title: Weekly Tallahasseean.
Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: October 4, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00065
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
lccn - sn 95047416
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d Mr. I. S. Elliott, chief clerk of
r the Fertilizer department, suggests
rkt that, now that the shooting seiso
is beginning, and will be fully
on by the first of iTovember, for the
benefit of all law-loving citizens and
l0. small boys in general, and that no
one may plead ignorance of the law,
the Florida game laws, as enacted by
the last Legislature, be published in
"full. They are as follows:
CHAPTER. 4957-[No. 73.]
S AN ACT for the Protection of Birds
and Their Nests and Eggs and Pre-
scribing a Penalty for any Violation
U1d Thereof.
ds. Be it Enacted by the Legislature of
the State of Florida: -
Section 1. No person shall, within
the State of Fibrida, kill or catch or
have in his or her possession, living
er or dead, any wild bird other than a
game bird, nor shall purchase, offer or
expose for sale any such wild bird af-
ter it has been killed or caught No.
part of the plumage, skin or body of
any bird protected by this section shall
)y W be sold or had in possession for sale.
5P For the purposes of this act, the-fol-
po lowing only shalt be considered game
cOi. birds: The anatidae, commonly known
as swans, geese, brant and river and
LR. sea ducks; the rallidae, commonly
Iab known as rails, coots, mud-hens and
lliaules; the simicolae, commonly
known as shore birds, plovers, surf
birds, snipe, woodcock, sand pipers,
tatlers and curlews; the gallinae, com-
monly known as wid turkeys, grouse,
prairie chickens, pheasants, partridges
L and quails, also turtle doves, tame and
wild pigeons and robins.
Sec. 2. No person shall, within tMe
State of Florida, take or needlessly
y the nest or the eggs of any
bird, nor have such nest or eggs
his or her possession.
Sec. 3. Any person who violates
of the provisioni W2il act shall
of a miadmeamnor, and shall
i 'of five dollars for
4ifan additional fine of'
dl for eaec ttd. living .
or part of bird, or nest or eggs
possessed in violation of this act, or
to imprisonment for ten days, or both
at the discretion of the court.
See. 4. Sections 1, 2 and 3 of this
act shall not apply to any person hold-
ag a certificate giving the right to
take birds and their nests and eggs
for scientific purposes as provided for
in Section 5 of this act.
See. 5. Cert'1cates may be granted
by the Commissioner of Agriculture of
the State of Florida, or by any incor-
porated society of natural history in
the State, through such persons or of-
fmrs as.said society my. designate, to
any properly accredited person of the-
age of fifteen years or upward, permit-
tug the holder thereof to collect bird's
thir nests and eggs, for strictly
Scientific purposes only. In order to
obtain such certificate, the applicant
tor the same must present to the per-
son or persons having the power to
grant srech certificate, written testi-
mflonials from two well-known scien-
U tific ren, certifying to the good char-
acter of said applicant to be entrusted
Wh such privilege; must pay to said
persona or officer one dollar to defray
the necessary expenses attending the
granting of such certificates; and must
file with said persons or officer a prop-
erly executed bond in the sum of one
hundred dollais, signed by two re-
sponsible citizens of the State as su-
This bond shall be forfeited to the
S State, and the certiucate become voil
upon proof that the holder of such cer-
tificate has killed any bird, or taKeh
the nest or eggs of any bird, for other
than the purposes named in Sections
4 and 5 of this act, and shall be fur-
ther subject to the penalties provided
therefore in Section 3 of this act.
Sec. 6. The ceriflcateaut..orized by
this act shall be in force for one year
only from date of their issue, and
Y shall not be transferrable.

See. 7. The English sparrow, sharp
hinned hawk (commonly known as
4 little blue darter), cooper's hawk
(cm"tonly known as the big blue
*tei), great horned owl, crow, rice-
brt, meadowlark, Jackdaw and
bktcher bird are not included -among
the birds protected by this act.
Sec. 8. Nothing in this act shall
prevent any citizen of the State of
Florida from destroying birds which
4 are found injuring grapes, fruits, gar-
den or farm products on his premises,
or from taking or keeping ina cage any
cardinal redbird or mocking bird for
his ow nw, i ..... ..n Prt-

Messrs. R. J. Evans and, Gilbert Harts-
field. The chairman, Mr. Davis, being
absent, Mr Evans wah requested to
act as chairman pro ten. The minutes
of the last meeting were read and ap-
proved. The salary for the teacher of
Lake Jac-kson school was increased
from $25 to $o0 per month. Warrants
ranging from No. 62C to No. 639 were
issued in payment of claims, after
which the Board adojurned.
Supt. and Secy.

The incorporation of the Florida and
Alabama Land Company, of Laurel
Hill. Walton county, waKs perfected on
October 1, 1.901. Its obect is the cut-
ting, sale and manufacture of a log
and lumber business. The amount of
capital is $100,000, to be divided into
shares of $100 each, $10,000 to be paid
upon the granting of the charter. The
officers are S. M Cross, president; J.
S. Reese. vice-president, and E. E.
Reese, secretary and treasurer. These
same three gentlemen constitute a
board o directors.
Articles of incorporation have been
granted'John Savarese, M. B. Macfar-
lane, George P. Raney, Jr., and their
associates, under the corporate name
of tne Fisherman's Supply Store, with
place of business at Tampa, Hills-
borough county. The nature of the
business will be the operating of a gen-
eral mercantile store. The capital stock
will be $1,500, divided into fifteen
shares of $100 each, all to be paid in
full. The officers of tlhe company are
John Savarese, president; M. B. Mac-
farlane, general manager, and George
P. Raney, Jr., secretary and treasurer;
these same gentlemen will- constitute
a board of directors. The letters pat-
ent were issued October 1, 1901.
Letters patent were issued October
1, 1901, to the .Florida Real Estate
Company, with its principal office in
the city of Jacksonville, county of Du-
val. The nature of the business is to
buy, lease and sell real estate and
mortgaged property, stocks and bonds,
etc. The capital stock of said company
will be $10,000, divided into 100 shares
of $100 per share, and $1,000,to be paid
in cash. The officers of the company
will bq A: H. Marsh, president; Chas.
Blum, vice-president; Walter Wuck-
low, secretary and treasurer. The
board of directors: A. H. Marsh,
Charlep Blum, Walter Macklon, Henry
Robinson, George W. W sison, C. C.
Post and P. D. Cassidy.

We -c,-p the following from Mon-
day's Times-Union and Citizen:
"Governor W. S. Jennings was in
the city last night, on his way home
from Buffalo and Washington. The
Governor spent the night in the city,
at the Duval. He will leave this morn-
ng for Tallahassee. Governor Jen-
lAtB wb"lls been actively engaged in
the interests of Florida during his
stay up North. He is just from Wash-
ington, where he has been for the last
few days. He stated that some mat-
ters had been receiving his attention
there, the nature of which, however,
he was not yet ready to give out for
"At the capital he called upon the
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury,
the Government land office, and on
Friday he paid a call on President
Roosevelt. He was cordially received
by the new incumbent of the Presiden-
tial office, who, he said, spoke most
pleasantly of Florida, recalling his
stay at Tampa during the time of the
Spanish-American war. Mr. Roose-
velt said that he took a particular in-
terest in Florida.
"The Governor sate that Florida
Day at the Pan-American Exposition
was a most successful event The
State had, a large representation. He
had met many Floridlans at Buffalo.
"The Governor spoke of the Good
Roads Convention which was held in
Buffalo, which, he believed, would
bring about valuable results. Many
delegates were present. During his
strip Governor Jennings visited To-
ronto, Canada, and also New York
City He Is apparently in splendid


The following from the Jackson-
ville Times-Union and Citizen will be
read with regret by Tallahas
generally. Col. Phillips was well
known to most of our citizens, and his
lose will be regretted by many:
Marianna, Sept. 3.-Colonel Frank
Phillips, who .has been sick for some
weeks, passed away Sunday morning
at 9 o'clock. He leave eight children
and many friends to mourn his loss.
Colonel Phillipe was widely known,
not only over the State of Florida, but
many other States for his political and
social influences. He was ever a
friend to those in need. For a great
many years he was Clerk of the Jack-
son County Court and a member of
the State guards of the Governor.. The
military companies of Pensacola and
this place joined to do honor at his
the State Guards of the Governor. The
pal Cemetery this afternoon. His sons,
Professor W. N. Phillips, of Mont-
gomery, and Roland Phillips, of Col-
umbus, with their sister, Mrs. Henry
Trawick, of Greenville, Ala., were here
to attend the funeral
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club is composed wholly of ladies, and
their efforts to make the coming win-
ter evenings entertaining are certainly


owned by Prof. E. Warren Clark, and
enjoyed the highest esteem of an ex-
ceptionally large circle of friends anu


There will be a basket picnic and Mary H. Gale, plaintiff in error, vs.
.1..B. Anderson, as cashier of the Ex-
grand entertainment given by Mr. S. ch age National Bank, defendant in
W.V Farnham, at his residence, the error-Hillsborough county. Writ of
well-known Otis place, about a. mile error dismissed because no assignment
and a half from town, a half mile of errors are set forth in the abstract
south of the railroad station, on Wed- of record. Order per curiam upon re-
nesday, October 9th. The entertain- port of the Commissioners. Wall &
ment will be given by Mr. Farnham, Stevens, for plaintiff in error; C. C.
Ivce to the general public, and every-i Whitaker, for defendant in error.
body is cordially invited to attend.I John A. Bishop, doing business as
Conse one, come all, old and young, IWest Coast Drug Company, plaintiff

goodie ad female, and have a gll sors in error, vs. I. L. Lyons & Co., defend-
good time. There will be all sorts f ants in error-Hillsborough county.
good things and pleasures provided for Cause stricken from docket because the
your benefit Mr. Farnham is an up- writ of error was issued on a day in
to-date farmer, and does this from the June term, and was made return-
purely motives of wishing all a pleas- able to a day within the same term.
ant day and outing, Order per curiam upon report of the
eDuring the d there will be an Commissioners. Shackelford & Pet-
exhbito n hhr pe waltin. Ae tingill for plaintiff in error; F. M. Sim-
rope will be stretched taut thirty feet onton. for defendants in error.
from the ground, and a skilled per- William Schang, plaintiff in error,vs.
former do all sorts of tricks and walk the State of Florida, defendant in er-
upon it This will astonish the old rot-Nassau county. Judgment affirm-
f l lks and delight the children. Be- ed; opinion by Chief-Justice Taylor. B.
sides this there will be sleight-of- B. MacDonell, Jor plaintiff in error;
hand performances and a stage im- the'Attoney-General for the State.
promised where dialogues will be re- Wtill Teal, plaintiff in error, vs. the
hearsed, acrobatic acts performed, and State of Florida, defendant in error-
several dramatic plays produced, be- St. John's county. Judgment affirmed;
sides tableaux and other scenic ef- St John's county. Judgment affirmed;
fects. opinion by Chief Justice Taylor. L. E.
Don't forget the rope walk at 10 Wade, for plaintiff in error; the Attor-
o'clock a. m. The other performances ney-General for the State.
will take place after dinner. Don't Adjourned until Tuesday, October 8.
forget the day, Wednesday, October 9.
Entertainment free to all. If you WILL PRACTICE LAW.
don't have a good time it will be your Tuesday last -e resignation of Mr.
own fault. Come one, come all. John L. Neeley as secretary of the
Railroad Commission of Florida took
BANQUET TO HOMER L. OLIVER. effect, and that popular young gen-
tleman can now be found in an ele-
Mr. Homer L. Oliver, of Apalachi- gantly furnished office upstairs in the
f*,-ja "-n -Lg1 3.-mw aA a I-ha.-n-- ^ ondi nin- A __ --

cola, was tendered a banquet and en- Ames building.
tertainment by the young people of Mr. Neeley was the first secretary
the town last Thursday evening, the of the Railroad Commission, and
26th of September. As the affair hap- could 'have held that position indefi-
pened just as we went to press, we nitely, but resigned voluntarily to go
were unable to notice it in last week's into the practice of law. He was ad-
paper. Mr. Oliver is an old Tallahas- mitted to the bar about two years ago,
see boy, and since his residence in and at once commenced receiving a
Apalachicola has always treated the pretty fair practice.
boys whenever they came to his city. He is a thorough business man in
The banquet was given at the Ron- every sense of the word, and during
aids' property, about three miles the last year his practice has grown so
North of the city Those present were rapidly that he found he would have to
Louis DeMilly, Richard Carpenter, give up the secretaryship or neglect
Bennie Brown, Walter McGriff, Wil- the work in the profession he expect-
liam Crawford, Eugene McLin, John ed to make his life calling. He wisely
DeMilly, Albert Mosely, of Quincy; determined upon the former.
and Miles Johnson, John Costa, J. T. Mr. Neeley is a bright youpg law-
Crawford, Willie McGriff, Balckom yer, attentive to business, thoroughly
Garner, Julian Howard, Ed. Manning reliable and will, we predict, be a
and Gus Close. The boys had a rat- valuable acquisition to the legal fra-
tling good time and kept it up until ternity of the capital city.
about midnight. Mr. Oliver expressed .
himself as satisfied that Tallahassee- A NEW HOUSE.
ais could treat their guests r~ght roy- Mr~ A. Wilson, head agent for
ally when they choose to. the m r press Compny, of
ht l ai hadsme new
A PROMINENT MAN. DEADk.. O tMVliitsls '' '
John J. Bradley died yesterday after- Io--ihosenfie t
nu 1e 'six-room house, and fitted up with all
noon about 1 o'clock at his home, 27 modern conveniences, including gas,
Hurt street He was 75 years old. The water, bath and water closet. He will
funeral will occur this afternoon at live in it himself, and expects to have
3 o'clock at the residence and the in- it completed by the first of November.
terment will be at Oakland cemetery. The lot is a large one, 11o by 170 feet,
The pall bearers will be the six sons and will have a stable. Messrs. Gll-
of the deceased.-Atlanta Journal, more & Davis are the contractors.
Sept. 28.
Deceased was formerly one of the Messrs. R. C. and W. H. Bannerman,
most prominent residents of Leon the polite clerks of Mr. W. R. Wilson,
county. He resided at Shidzuoka, now are to leave us. They have received


The Most Popular Student and Most Popular
Person in Leon County.

This week we commence a Coupon Conti t0 for thp Most Popular Person in
Leon County and the Most Popular Student st The Florida State College, this
cityTo the Most Popular Person in Leon County, whether male, female, child or
adult, we will give a railroad ticket to the State Fair at Jacksonville and two
days' board at a first-class hoteL. ..
To the Moest Popular Student at The' Florida State College. this city, we will
give $10 in gold to spend as he or she likes during the holiday recess.
Don't hold your tickets back, but mail them or' hqnd them in at the office each
week. A count will soon be made and when the name of your choice appears iL
will induce others from a distance to vote for her or him:
44 ********************4#44t ** *

Sflost Popular Student .

As the most Popular Student at the Florida State College, *
Tallahaesee. I vote for 4.

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Write name and addre-% .i the pron yeou vote for plainly on dotted lines and
hand in or mail at once t) ;oupo, ntes editor Tai.ha esa
Fla." Not more than 10 votes oi ame date will be received from one person.


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an offer very advantageous to them
from the Cohen tobaccoo Company Syn-
dicate, of Climax, Ga., at least this is
their nearest post office address, and
go to enter upon their new duties at
once. They closed their engagement
at Mr. Wilson's on Saturday, Septem-.
her 28th. Many of their friends still
hope that Mr. Wilson will be able to
induce them to remain. They are.
nephews to Mr. C. W. Bannerman,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
of Leon county, and sons of Mr. R. J.
Bannerman, Sr., the well-known sLauwe
man on Monroe street.

Carrahelle wants a Board of Pilot
Commissioners of its own, and has pe-
titioned the Governor for the appoint-
ment of such a board This action is

one of the unlooked for turns the
"Porter case" has:taken.
The "Porter cape" in Apalachicola
is set for trial in khe Circuit Court of
Franklin county 6n October 21. Judge
Malone's decision as favorable to Por-
ter, the defendant. The Judge over-
ruled. the demurrer to the defendant's
amended plea, anl the issues will be
tried by a jury. As the pleadings now
stand, the case :will be determined
upon the question of whether there
are regular pilot _ats on the bar for
which A. B. Porter has a license.
The most interesting developments,
however, have been, not in the suit at
law, but with the-Pilot Commissioners.
When Pilot Porter began his counter
proceedings against one of the com-
missioners, R. C. Collins, who held two
offices, Mr. Collins resigned at once.
The remaining commissioners were
equally divided on the Porter question,
there being two against Porter and
two not unfavorable to his case. Ap-
plication was made for a primary to
select Mr. Collins' successor, but the
executive committee declined to call
one until on the appointment of A. 14
Wing, who was commissioned finally
By this time the matter had become
rather of a political nature. Porter wa
in charge of a vessel which grounded
to her great damage. The majority
the commissioners being his chief o,
ponents, Porter was cited to app
before the board to stand trial f
grounding the vessel
Before the hearing in his case
was discovered that the new Board
Commissioners had not taken tt
oath of office, and as the old boar .
under the law, held over until the
successors qualified, the old board di
themselves from their premature gra
and their first official act after their
resuscitation wais to suspend Porter
for sixty days., This forestalled tie
predicted action of the new board bqi.
the latter met anyhow, and revoked
Porer's license, although Porter did.
not pay any attention to them. So that
"Apalachicola hWs two boards of pilot
commissioners running on full time,
and Porter has been suspended from
the bars by on and dismissed forever
ly tghe otier. .the'end of sixty 4w,
however, he purposes to return tWv
and ignore the action of the new
So much feeling has been aroused
that Carrabelle has petitioned the
Governor to appoint a board of pilot
commissioners for Carrabelle alone.
There has been a new sweepstake
premium offered for the farmers of the
State fair. The premiums hitherto of-
fered are $250 for the best general
county exhibit in allof its departments;
one of $100 for the best county exhibit
in the agricultural department; one
of $100 for the best fruit exhibit, anu
one of $100 for the best general ex-
hibit; all of these are county exhibits.
The new prize is called an individual
exhibit, and open to every farmer in
the State at large. It is of $100, dike
the rest, and for the best exhibit from
any one farmer, of every department.
It will'be no easy matter to win this,
as a great many farmers are already
trying hard to show that they can raise
everything on I heir farms. A good
premium for such a collective exhibit
for the individual of any county in any
part of the State has not before been

As an apepal is pending in the Su-
preme Court to determine the question,
consumers of water in this city have
been anxious to know what the com-
pany would do in case they signed new
minimum rate contracts and the Su-
preme Court subsequently reversed
Judge Malone's decision allowing them
to put in force the new and increased
The company announces that in
that event it-will refund to consumers
of water every cent in excess of the old
rate, as shown by the meters. With
this new understanding new contracts
are being signed every day
There will be a regular meeting of
Jackson Lodge No. 1, P-. and A. M.,
on Monday, the *th inst., at 7.30
o'clock, at Masonic Han, being the
first meeting since .,,e same was called
off during the summer. All visiting
Masons are cordially invited to at-
The many Leon county friends of
Mr. J. R. Cowles will be grieved to
learn that his house at Lake City was
destroyed by fire on the 1st inst He
lost everything, even wearing appDarel,


Judge Raney and Miss Cam-

eron to be United


On A3cunnt of the Prominence of
Rnfh..D .4;M

It is authoritatively announced that
at an early date Judge George p.
Raney and Miss Eva Cameron will
be united -in marriage. The promi-
nence of both the contracting parties
*makes the anonuncement one of ex-
ceptional interest in the social world.
As member of the Legislature, ti,
Constitutional Convention, as Attor-.
ney-General, Justice and Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court, Judge Raney
has always been regarded as one of
the brainiest men in the State. In
fact, had the people's wishes been par-
amount he would have remained on
the Supreme bench all his life. He
voluntarily resigned that place, how-
ever, and went into private practice
several years ago.
The best evidence of his popularity
and worth as a lawyer is demonstrated
by a practice that takes'up 'all his
time, which he has enjoyed since leav-
ing the bench. His clients come from
the entire State, and in tact from al-
most every quarter of the country.
Miss Cameron is none the less popu-
lar She belongs to one of Virginia's
oldest and most aristocratic tauilies.
and her many charming qualities have
made her a favorite among a very
large circle of friends.
The date for the wedding has not
yet been announced definitely, but it.
is said that it will probably occur
some time next month. Miss Cameron
is at present in Baltimore, but will re-
turn soon. The Judge is being con-
gratulated on every hand.

A new variety of sugar cane, origin-
ating from seedlings obtained from the
Botanical Gardens of the British Gov-
ernment, has come to this country re-
cently. A'large number of these seed-
lings were propagated, some of which
-have proven extremely valuable. Dr.
William: Stubbs, detector of the

Station, obtath nupo thdB t
of these, anfstte, d sar
careful culture and' p.ia,
distributing small quanutles- o 0two
varieties, whicn have proved to be the
most valuable in sugar contents and
in tonnage, to several stations to be
experimented with in various districts.
The samples distr.-uted and used for
propagation last year showed a per
cent. of increase of about 25, and also
about the same amount of increase in
the per cent. of tonnage. Dr. Stubbs
is delighted with the results already
obtained in the experiments tried so
far, and has offered to send a quantity
of the cane for a starter to any station
-or person who will agree to pay ex-
press charges or the freight on same.
He wants to see what can be done with
tne new variety in this country.
Capt. Rose, State Chemist, has re-
ceived a personal letter from Dr.
Stubbs, and is quite enthusiastic over
the possibilities of the new variety as
regards the State of Florida. Capt.
Rose has agreed to the conditions be-
fore mentioned and sent for samples of
the cane, which he expects to receive
in a few days.
Capt Rose thinks that if the same
amount of labor and expense had been
used in America on the manufacture
of sugar from sugar cane and of grow-
ing varieties which yielded the great-
est amount of sugar, that has been ex-.
pended in Germany, Austria and
France in experimenting with the beet
very much better results would have
been obtained.
Beets contain, besides water and
sugar, a variety of other substances;
while sugar canes are about wholly
sugar and water. The original beet,
Capt Rose says, gave about five and a
half per cent. of sugar. By careful at-
tention, fertilization and cultivation it
was increased from eight to twelve per
cent Sugar cane, on the contrary,
gave an average of fifteen per cent,
and could be made, with careful at-
tention, to give twenty-five to thirty
per cent Hence, Americans had bet-
ter have experimented more on sugar
Capt. Rose also states that we can
sell cane sugar in Florida at a larger

profit than it costs to make cane sugar
in the West. If the new varieties of
cane do what is claimed for them,
and Buow vigorously here,the difference
of increase of. per cent alone above
that of ordinary can will pay more
than the whole sugar yield from the
sugar beet industry. He is very san-
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X.4.A. Qwm w tootk his
t2aMer mttasg at Niagara Falls, i
gm --ted AA to-day. He reports the
hotelss at this famous resort
*ma v. 'which proves how excessive
W a it has been. Mr. Chaired
' alit viat the Pan-American Expo
*-11t as he Intended, on acocunt o01
- al th. The hosts of friends ol
h 01a0 l tantlal citizen hope that he
- yW v1T many years yet. He will bi
aaied by his daughter, Mis
.A te, 'who has been a resident o
LMew York for several years.

Ui M. C. Smith, wife of our esteem
Scmamnissioner, is visiting her soi

Mis Mayme Davis, who has beei
*A' sesaral weeks' visit to Mrs. Ma

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Cassava Growing and Starch Making in Florida.

The following estimates of the cost of erecting a starch factory to handle 50
" -of af assava roots peFday (of 24 hours), making 18,000 pounds of starch per
famMer and manufacturer, are submitted. The estimates are conservativee and
well within bounds, both as to cost of factory and raw material, while the
kAltlral charges are considerably higher than allowed by practical and compe-
temt growers. Properly and systematically managed, no business offers greater
idmoements to the capitalist and farmer than does the growth and manufacture
f etoach from cassava, an article of universal demand.
4a3sava starch now sells for f4 cents per pound; the demand far -xceeds the
Asipfpy; no starch equals it for dextrin, nor for fine laundry work, while for cul-
Mry purposes it is superior to that made from corn, wheat or potatoes. No
-*semicalse axe used in its manufacture, and no fermentation required, hence it is
pemaliarily adapted for food, and is the base of the best tapiocas and similar
foods. for particulars as to culture, yield and other details, see Bulletins Nis.
49 and 55 in the Florida Experiment Station, Lake City, Florida:
$50,000 Capital Stock-500 Shares, $100 Each. Paid in as Follows:
.25 Per Cent. on Subscribing,. 25 Per Cent. in Three Months, 25 Per Cent. in Six
Months, 205 Per Cent. Stock Dividend.
Factory complete, with necessary ground.................... .. ... ....... ......... $25,000 0
working capital.... ... ................... .............. ......

anager.... ........ .... .... ........ ......................... I 600 00
Superintendent an Engineer...... ....................... ............ 1, w0 oX)
S etk......................... ......................................... 4 <00 X00
Opereeat wearand tear, depreciation...................... ......... 2,1500()
S .' percent, insuranceand taxe......................................... 1, 250 00--
A$eerve fund, incidental expenses.......................................

rotal actual cash required.......................... .....................
StoCk premium.. ............................... .......................

9. 150 00
$37,500 00
$50,000 00

Running expenses during the "season" are estimated at j cent per pound
Sof finished product,. 90.00 per day-practical experience shows this to be more
.thai mnle.

On basis of paying one- half the gross value of the product to the grower:
-SO toms.roots per day (yields 18 per cent. starch).
-.9 tons, 18,000 pound% starch per day.
-mmB value o' product at 4 cents p r pound........................................
SrJe-balf paid grower.................................................. "3) 0)
O-h to manufacture at% .cent per pound................................ 00
m3 afacturer's gross proit............................................. 270 00
$720 00
-Season u 0 days, $270.00 gross profit per day, manufacturer's gross
pist per season..
pm tper season.. ..................................o..............
15 percent. intereston $37,50000 invested............................. 2,25000
'Working capital replaced ...... ...................................12.500 m X
Super ceiL dividend on 50.000.00 stock ........... ....... 7,500
.nmdivlded profits....................... ............................ 2,050 o00
$24,300 00
Total sum paid growers, $32,400.00.
Average value, $7.20 per ton. 4, 50 tons.
Average, 8 tons per ace, 562%y acres.
.Average $57.60 per acre to grower.

Beaed'on paying 9600 per ton delivered at factory:
.30 teas roots per day at 16. ...........................................
auafaetauring at 2 cent per pound..................... .................
dkam daily profit.................. .......... ............................

$720 00

$7-20 00

$24.300 00

A sma 90 days, gross daily proft -330.00.......... .................. .. 29,70 000
.' I at. n837,00.o0. ..0........................................S 2,250 00
mg aM*hW replaced................................................. 12,5o 00
S ae t.d ..vidd on 950,000.00.................................... 12,500 00
SSMe dpti ................................... ................... 2,45000- 29.70000

'M l =a id grower. 4.500tons at Se 00c............................
. nagt 8 tons per acre.
- Avrafing 9$ .00 per acre grose.
Bau an 10 acres, r agricultural labor at 75 cents per day:
S 8 percent 4 5W.00 value per acre cleared and fenced........................
r g 00 per cre.................................................. .............
o eenMIs per acre.................. .......................................
all S M perare.........................................................
Sel ktrlbuulMtag..................................................................
W a, 1.6 p mer................................................................
= & $t 4 mer at LOG per acre...................................................
SaoSt a y r only, S m per acre........................... .... ....................
-ie ant 10 acresaready to harvest....................................................
S c stand delivery to factory (01.00 ton)..........................................
cot cost 80tons delivered at factory... ..............................................
A Wcmeas tprwracre to produce............................. .............1650
..A- ,ea X per are to 11 est.................... ......................... 800
wa geo pertonto prodce....................................... .......
-A ion eco t perI t to harvest and deliver..................................
Ita east to prod ee and deliver per ton....................................
-.1 Pro .t as .00 per ton...................................................

Met profits per acre...... ......... ....... 2350
jOa per acre........................ 24 50
,onGz s returns per acre.......................... 48 00
100ACc8. I I
'Value of lands cleared and fenced, $25.00 per acre ...................
mamentnvstment ................ .................................
rk apita 6.50 pe re................. ........................
* ef arveat, a.oo0per acre....................................... .........
ae t.. .. .......... .. ............................ ............
t ess e rus 800 O tons at 96.00..............................................
Id.k... e d ... .....m.................................... 1,65000
E cate li e retmwuad ............................................... 8000
t coat. on S1. 000.00 permanent lavestment...................... 1,000 00
M lvlded pret. ......................................................... 48000



$2 0M


2,500 00
1,500 00
$1,0o 00

$6,450 00
K w,80000

Ma figum are omidered conservative; are higher than any yet furn-
*fe&'by mumbem of practical farners. The yield is below what may be ex-
uy-i c-adripme of fertiluing and culture indicated.
ThetlM of starch i placed at 18 per ceant., under proper couditiens and
giwstl--i-la*i-n. a larger yield may be expected.
at the "by-prodct of the fory for stock feed is not included
s la. the value of cassava for tok feed i much greater than its
%*ph-l making. The farmer need not therefore depend on the factory
a~llllrjW*~r, nor need the factory depend elely on the starch oonenmmer
t yeld 80 per cent, of dry flour or meal, equal to the best wheat
I m flofuor or meal per ton of roots, or three barre, worth as
L Mkfras a food and fully equal to it in appearance and quality,
w<-u pme.Iy m1 n factus.d. A starch factory oan be id as a floar m~l at
gIk;Mriamal ripsnns; the profit to the grower and miller are about the same
asemae the other.
S a ea ei or flor contains: Proten, 2.59 per cent.; fat, 0.55 per cet.;
mairuids atM EUrW I6S1S percent.; potasb, 0.90 per cent., and phoephoric acid,
*@J per eet u renoarily loost in search making. As food for man and beast
.,@af Souor is uperior to corn meal, and oompares favorably with wheat.
Fr upodooiog beef, pork and milk it is equaled by few feed staffs, and is
v"opericorto many. For work stock, hoes, mules- and ozen it equals corn, fed
.._aSeco rass driedproduct. Dried and ground it will keep definitely as
Ewairflor. "-r
O cwd "ha.d" coanm cultivate 20 acres, with some help in planting. Har-
.,e.go .lm extra labor.
ime tnmates for vield nseream and nor Antac nof shlrmh we omMrvativa-

nm, war heM departed Smnday tor
Ar home la Jackonille.
The eatrpr'a Pattero Brother
have been making the latest improve-
BatsIk thte gIn S order to better
Sprepare the Seey staple ftor market.
Th7 amber at fbalesa d to this
time last year was In adaMe ok
the number this year, bat the farmers
hope to make up in pries what they
lack in quantity. Hope. is a powerful
t stimulus in any occupation.
. The corn crop throughout this see-
s tion is also distressingly short, corn
- now being from 60 to 75 cents per
f busheL We do not believe there is
f any danger of starving in this coun-
e try, and we are trying to obey the
e old adage "never trouble trouble until
s trouble troubles you."
t Fleming & Son have recently open-
ed up a large stock of goods in their
store. This, together with their tur-
- pentine and farming interests, should
i bring them in a good deal of money.
Mr. Brown Mason has been employed
n to clerk for Mr. Fleming.
- Mr. Bob Fererll is now one of Mr.

Mr. J. B. Cline, ws o cai
the neighborhood last spr
the names of the dead of
ily, returned last week, bri
him memorial tablets, si
frames and containing the
the dead of each family,
printed on the tablets. T
very neat and cost $3.50 ea
He succeeded in selling a
tablets which had been fill
Miss Pauline Costa ope
at Strickland September 3
Mr. Cook, we hear, was e
resume his school near B
the same day.
Edgar Strickland return
lanta, Ga., last Monday to
medical lectures again.
Miss Emma Dixon, wh<
visiting her sister, Mrs. E
kinson, has returned to h
Brooks county, Ga.
John E. Dickey has ha
deunce neatly covered rece
Ed. J. Dickey is having h
recovered also.
The way they do to get t
covered so speedily is th
shingles, etc., on me grc
ask their neighbors to con
help them cover, give then
ner, and in one or two'
house is covered, and no n
paid out. We like that sty
There is considerable tr
public roads, mainly fls
wagons hauling cotton to
mercial travelers, sporting
lectors and the people of
riding about.
We think that sickness i
creasing in this part of t
Master Willie Murray sp
yesterday, with his parei
turned to Thomasville
clerks for Mr. Hut Cave,
named city. He is a clever

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your summer trips or de
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youshould call on Ticket
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great Eastern Resorts along
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I@W AhaW 's NIb t.

has. fte swn. ...
em m y',. SIL

George atterson's ealesme
The public ashool at this
progmresgnialeely, the pupils
upon their duties with the d
l to banish Illiteracy tr
midst. Chalres eaa boast of
thebrightest children to be ft
where. Who knows but w
day these little boys will
reins of -government and
these little girls grace execu
Not many of our citizens
returned from the e'an-Amer
sequently this corersponden
gleaned very much from th
saddest memories will alwa
around Buffalo, as it was
nation was called to give t
loved President, one whose
was truly worthy of emula
to live in hearts we leave
not to die. Perhaps the Ru
universe in His mysterious
yet overrule this tragedy fo
tional good.
Mr. Arthur Cox has resign
sition as agent of the S. A
here to take a business c
order to better equip himse
business world. The office
closed and occasions much
ience to the public. It is rux
it will be reopened shortly.
Mr. Williams is wear
smiles this week. His wif
Sunday from an extended v
parents, Dr. and Mrs. River
port, which releases him fri
ties of keeping bachelor's h
The camp meeting held
nually by the colored peol
Sunday night. It was poor
ed this year, and they rep
time. A good many of the
pie attended several times.
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treating if you are bilious.
It's your stomach. That
stomach is what causes tl
ness. It has put your lii
See what's the matter
Sick stomach poisons live
there's trouble. Shaker Dig
dial cures stomach and then
That"s the case in a nuts
Shaker Digestive Cordial i
Formula's on every bottle
the simple, honest way it's
honest Shaker herbs and o
dients of which it is coml
make it ho efficacious.
Any real case of indigesti
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ties of Shaker Digestive Co
Sold by druggists, price
$1.00 per bottle.


* slowly de- were gone, settled himself serenely t
the country. read his evening's paper.
nt the day "What a comfort a good pair
its and re- spectacles are," said Mr. Splints, afte
to-day. He reading for some time in silence.
of the last- "Yes," sighed Mrs Spilkins, "bu
boy. you must not depend upon them to
much, my dear."
S"Umph," replied Mr. SpilkinA
ore Resort. "when you do get anything you cau
gements for depend upon you cannot depend upoi
chiding upon it too much," and Mr. Spilkins contain
he summer, ned for some time to read with th
Agents d eyeless glasses, and then carefully took
of the Sea- them down, wiped his eyes with hi
i Theyo ar handkerchief, and folding up th
ikeet Sced-glasses, carefully put them in hi
utei to the pocket. Mrs. Spilkins was almost
!tern North asleep, nodding, in fact, thinking o
ia, lso the property sale he was about ti
k-ean View, make.
Comfort, th "I don't think the trip will be very
Sthe Jersey expensive," said Mrs. Spilkins, going
es reached on with her sewing.
me Railway. "$5,000," said Mr. Spilkins, referring
lower rates to the property, "and commission."
k service and "Mercy sakes, what did you say?"
will interest "Fifteen per cent., as usual."
aboard Air "But I don't understand."
"No, of course not," said Mr. Spil
kins, waking up, "if we take the nigh
express and a sleeper we'll understand
Mrs. Spilkins saw that Mr. Spilkin
was too sleepy to talk intelligently, s
she said no more. As neither pnder
stood what the other was talking
about, and it was getting late, it was
decided to retire.
(To be continued.)
I: : fa"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
gos whe bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Bav
.&- ..WT 44.- A -I---

place is pete was cross. He had tipped over
leterl his chair, fallen on to the Aoor and
min their hurt his small head so that, to kwp
f some of him from hurting it still more, Mrs.
mind any- Spilkins had done it up carefully in
bhat some
hold the a handkerchief and, after tying it
some of tightly, had made a noose of it and
tive man- ung it around his neck. Pete looked
on, all the time in amazement, stared
have yet blindly and screached whenever he
t has not wanted to pound and couldn't.
lere. The Mr. Spilkins came in the next night
ays linger cross. His favorite in the horse race
here the had been beaten anu he had lost his
up its be- $500. Pete had also lost the dollar
character he had bet with Mrs. Spilkins.
ion. But Mrs. Spilkins alone remained se-
behind is rene in the midst of all these disasters,
iler of the and those of the previous day, as men-
way will tioned at the close of our last chapter.
Vr our na- Mr. Spilkins came in the house,
threw off his coat, shoes, hat, and then
ied his po- proceeded to wash up ready for sup-
SL. depot per. After wiping his face and hands,
course in he sat down in a chair for a few min-
elf for the utes and seemed wrapped in silence.
e here is Then he electrified Mrs. Spilkins by
inconven- exclaiming suddenly:
mored that "I think, marm, we will sell out
next week and go to New York."
ng broad "Sir!" remarked Mrs. Spilkins, "did
e returned I hear you right?"
isit to her "I expect you must have," growled
s, of New- Mr. Spilkins, "I said that I thought
om his du- we should sell out next week and go
>all. to New York."
here an- "Sir!" said Mrs. Spilkins, very se-
ple closed verely. "I, sir, I repeat it, I. sir,
rly attend- shall remain. You can go to New York
sort a dull next week, sir, if you wish to go, bu.
white peo- I, sir, shall remain in the bosom of the
family." Then Mrs. Spilkins burst
ERVER. into a flood of tears and refused to be
iver needs A man is always helpless when a
It don't, woman falls to crying. He can stand
is. your almost any amount of ordinary abuse
he bilious- but no man fully understands a wo-
ver out of man's tears. Mr. Spilkins felt the
force of these circumstances and began
with your to grow uneasy.
a"I tell you, marm, it's no use of
*r and then crying."
estive Cor- No answer.
i all's well. "I said that I should sell out next
hell. week and go to New York." A long
s no secret. pause, as if Mr. Spilkins was waiting
SBut it's to see the effect of his concession.
made, the Still no answer.
their ingre- "That I thought if I sold out I
posed, that should go to New York," continued
on and bi Mr. Spilkins.
on and bil- "Brute!" sobbed Mrs. Spilkins.
a few bot- "That if I sold cut my interest in
rdial. Try the Haynes property," said Mr. Spil-
10 cents to kins, now beginning to see a way out
10 cents to of his incautious speech, "I should
go to New York next week."
Mrs. Spilkins stopped crying and
sobbed only occasionally, and looked
up. Mr. Spilkins now saw his way
me through clear, and a bright thought struck him
ing getting so he said: -
ing each am- "So, you see, marm, if we sell oul
singing with we, not I alone, but we, will go t(
et in neat New York--"
e names of Mrs. Spilkins stopped sobbing, driec
with ages her eyes with her handkerchief, an(
'hey looked even ventured to smile feebly.
ch, framed. "And from there we will go to Buft
ost of the falo and see the exposition, marm
ed.ost see the exposition."
meed school By this time his spouse had her eyei
30, Monday. dried and beaming, the last ray o
expecting to the evening sun flashed through the
xectng ton window and sent a warm glow about
ethpage on the room, and even Pete was serene
ned to At- enough to give a gleeful screech
Satnd his Half an hour later, when the cook had
an his spread the table and brought the te
o has been in, there were no signs of the previous
lIdredge At- storm, and the evening passed in ai
er home in unusually pleasant manner. Mr
Spilkins explained full his plans, ant
d his reil- it was decided to go to the Pan-Ameri
ently. can and to take Pete and the nura
is residence with them. Mr. Spilkins was to kno'
fully by the end of the week If th.
heir houses property was to be sold, and the ar
ey get the rangements for leaving town epuhl
und ready easily be made and in a very short
e over and time. These things explained and talk
Sa big din- ed over occupied the beat part of th
Sdays thei evening. Before retiring for the nigh
oney to be Mrs. Spilkins had decided to have
ie. candy pull for the young folks of th
avel h village on the following Saturday at
Swagn, ternoon. While Mrs. Spilkins attend
i comn- ed to her sewing, Mr. Spilkinas ver
g men, col- absent-mindedly picked up an old pal
the country of glasslems spectacles, and, perfectly:
unaware of the fact that the glasse

-"For three days and nights I suf-
fered agony unto,. ,rom an attack of
cholera morbus brought on by_ eat-
ing cucumbers," says R Lowther,
clerk of the district court, Centerville.
Iowa. "I thought I should surely. die,
and tried a dozen different medicines,
but all to no purpose. I sentfor a
bottle of Chamoerlain's tolic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and three
doses relieved me entirely." i nis rem-
edy is for sale by Wight & Bro. anl
all medicine dealers.

If not for sale by your druggist,
Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga.

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**Send me four mow boxes of Tetterinm for li ttle 1fr. It
does her more good than anything we ever tried. -Jas. S. Por-
ter, Lynchburg, S. C. Soc. a box, at drnggists, or write to *
J. V. Supkinme, Sale pfsswte, Safm mab a.

Dashaway-Mss Pinkerly told me
the otheday that her dctor had put
ber on a meager diet, and I thought it
would be just the time to ask her oat
to luncheon.
Cleverton-Aud did she accept?
"Did she! Well, I should say so.
She informed me that there was one
day In the week that he allowed her to
eat anything she pleased." Detroit
Free Press

0 6 U eetew*s PrbY.hee-.
A party of gentlemen. lnc1uduf
fewor Bailey d -tord
diae wMely celebrated for hi.
and the audacity of his puan%,
crossing the campus of a weUl a
The reverend gentleman,
Ing on the fact of his recent -
to the greater dignity and the ares
tiog of the more resounding titie
ca, oo of the church, exclaimed, "*A
no* that I am a canon I suppat
abhi be a bigger bore than evet.'

I he'd had itching piles. Th",
ter bly annoying; but Bucklen's &.
ni Salve will cure the worst case
pil on earth. It has cured th%.
Pm d For injuries, pains or bo*
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W reservation of Natural Teeth, we eat habitually and by preference in
Gold ownsn, Bridgework, and Metal the raw or uncooked state, and it is In-
Plates Specialty. Gas administered. teresting to know that there is a sound
1-ly physiological reason at the bottom of
this preference.
J W TTT. TAMS, "The fawn colored mass which con-
H; H. W 'TTITTA R stitutes the dainty of the oyster is its
(UN AND LOCKSMTH, liver, and this is little less than a heap
of glycogen. Associated with the gly-
TALLASE, FLORIDA. cogen, but withheld from actual can-
"Rpairs all kinds of Household articles of tact with It during life, is its appropri-
0 e#Tne, G, Ses o t ate digestive ferment, the hepa',- dias-
Umburellas, also Bicycles and Sewing M- tase. The mere crushing of the dainty
tlt s Shop on Jefferson Street, near ew bris these
'0,mamkeLt Work done on short notice,and between the teeth brings these two
r6W 3 -tf bodies together, and the glycogen Is at
once digested without other help by its
J owndiastase.
F. HILL, "The oyster in the uncooked state or
Su merely warmed Is, in fact, self digest-
eat m smo oos lye. But the advantage of this provi-
slon Is wholly lost by cooking, for the
|J|BI. -I k beat immediately destroys the assocl-
+ ated ferment, and a cooked oyster has
to be digested, like any other food, by

-~ V -- -N ]6 a 4C NAM X -AA -LIP& ALZj A WV4. -x

Jueators and member sppmkng" to
them In person. Ex-President John
Quincy Adams occupied a seat ust be-
hind mine and after the reading of the
resolution clerk leaned forward and
said to me. 'I would like to see that rqs-
olution.' I sent for it and handed it to
him. He read it over carefully and.
handing it to me, said, with a smile: 'it
is good. I hope it will prevaiL' Abra-
ham Lincoln also read it and said:
'Newell, that is a good measure. I will
help you. I am something of a life
saver myself, for 1 'invented a scow
that righted itself on the Mississippi
sand bars.'"

Callila the Doctor.
A good story is tolrof Dr. X., who it
the physician in charge of the female
wards of one of our best known chari-
tabl, institutions. One evening about
9 o'clock Mary, a new Irish servant
girl, knocked at the door, saying:
"Doctor, the head nurse wants you
to come down to supper."
The doctor, swelling in his pride of
superiority above the nurses, sent the
Irish girl away with a curt message.
Half an liour later the head nurse came
to his room looking very serious.
"Doctotr," 'i:he :i:(d. "No. 8 is very badi
Indeed. I think you ought to see her -t

"Vli y d.d you not let me know be-


- .aAx C .WURCH.R BRev.s. L. McCarty,
SServices willbe held regularlyevery
ratil00~ A.M.and:00P.M. Seats are
n gd the public cordially invited to at- Women
nday School at A. M. ye oen of the Harem Compound Potion
ting.Wednesday. 7:30 P. M. Union Chris- Whose Rejuvenating Effects are Al-
." "deavor MeetinU, 3:30 P. M., Sunday. most Miraculous and Astonished
CHnUac.Kev. S. M. Provence the Most Skeptical.
-praccing at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
I Sunday. sunday School at 10 a. m.
aer Meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. A cordial
wioome is extended to all. The fondest hopes of ancient or mod-
JOHS. BPS B oPAL CaUCHe. Dr. W. era seekers after the Fountain of Per-
r astor. Services: Preaching every petual Youth, can scarcely have aimed
Sady-11 A.M.;7:U P.M. Fridayevenmgser- higher than the results achieved by
S at 7- 3 P. Sunday School at 10 A. the marvelous compound known
uic CHinCH.Kev. e .M goiniae.M throughout the East as ,, MOKBIR.
,ir Service: High Mass and Sermon atV A. Kn Travelers returning to Europe have
ec0him 3:; )P. 2l. Vespers and Benedic- from time to time brought astonish-
i n k davs. a.5:45A.M. ing tales of the rejuvenating effects
produced by this Wonder of the Orient.
J". o--urchunca lach t Wn3sIt. M..- Crudely compounded ..y the women of
i mri and ey Superintendent.reah- the harem, from formulas handed down
3uat3 P. and b
prayer Meeting Tuesday night. ClamsMeet- orally from generation to generation,
T-urmday night. F. B the secret of this preparation thus
.F. B N Pastor. jealously guarded and known only to
ETOKR' MEETING '1 he Board of Direc- the inmates of the harem and the
ot of the LifrarY Association hold their court physicians, El. MOKBIR has
meetingson the third Friday evening of each been practically unobtainabe, except-
sonthat8 t. the library. ing by the favored ones for whom it
those whoare interested in Chnstain Sci- was intended.
ine will be welcomed at the residence of Mr.
. C Lewis, where the services will be held Recently, however, a prominent
daYvs at lu:3U a.m..% ednesdays at 7:0 ;p.m. native Arabian physician, banished
1. 0O F from his country for political offense,
g-Regular meetings of LEON LCDOI No. and deprived of his vast possessions,
tare held every Tuesday Evening, at their has availed himself of his knowledge
S RBoom, at t5 o'clock. All Brt.inersin to earn a livelihood befitting his sta-
godstanding are inv. P. t ZEAR, N. 0. tion, by supplying this marvelous com-
iLL.CoLaSt s, R.. pound, EL MOKBIR, to the nobility
,r-XrAM.--ReEuIlar meetings, of Au- and wealthier classes of all Europe,
q EBCAMpENTemNo 2. are held tt-mfinrst who have cheerfully paid him large
ad third ThursdaYm venin ol keA onth, fees in return for tne benefits received.
t srtanding are invited to attend. Content with the large income de-
w<.X w McINTOSH. Sa., C.P. rived from this practice, this aged
w. H. CHANCZY. Scribe. physician has repeatedly refused very
KIIOHTS OF HONOR. liberal offers made to him for the for-
Ssee Lodge,. No. meetsecond mula of his remedy, but he has finally
SlohThlursdayevenmingsof eachmont agreed with the idiporting house of
asstonic Hall. the NOYES-FULLER COMPANY,, of
m ic Hal B. PHILBRICK, Dictator. Philadelphia, to put it up in convenient
W. H. CnHANcz. Reporter. form for sale exclusively in the United
States, and this firm having the ex-
C TS OF PT clusive agency, now offers it for the
Meoro Lodge No. I K. ofP. meetsuevery
ftiSy evening in Castle Bae VisiUeng first time to the American public.
Kihtare cordially invitedto attend. This remedy must not be confounded
JULIUS BALL of with the numerous nervous exhaus-
S. HILL, K. of tion, lost manhood and self-abuse rem-
ST. PAUL LODGE NO. 15 edies which are advertised under a va-
(B. e g evof hery Wednsday even- riety of names, as there is absolutely
Sst eight o'clock, at its Lodge room up- nothing which scientific chemistry has
&, one door east of the annex of the Opera been able to produce which can ever
9we. All embers of the Order n goodapproach the peerless EL MOKBIR, a
n"Ing are cordiall 7 invited to attend-
A. STAFFORD. W. C. J. purely vegetable compound extracted
from rare tropical roots and herbs.
KgABONIC EL MOKBIR is a remedy for one
TfterNo1, will be heon ofteSeond and specific purpose, which is to strengthen
fourth Mondays of each month at o'clock the vital force and prevent decay in
0M. men, its marvelous effects in arresting
m W. MC ImmsH, S. Secretary, decay of the vital principles, especially
sr Regular montn ofa third Mondays in the male, being unparalleled and
in ach month at s ock, P.. never-failing, and as its use is univers-
W. M. MK OlrOs. Ba.. Secretary* all over the East, where strong, virile
T nnu with large families of descendants
Ca.1 rds. are the rule, there must ue no doubt
e ss as to its efficiency or benefit to the
| general system.
CHAS. M' AUSLEY, M. D. While it is an absolute specific and
Positively guaranteed to cure the worst
PHYjICIAN AND SURGEON, case of nervous debility, lost manhood
L or similar weaknesses due to excesses
TALLAH4SSEE, FLORIDA. or youthful errors, it is also used wi.n
the greatest success as a vitalizer, giv-
ing power to all weak parts, and de-
Office over Mwginniss' Store. veloping and maintaining -.e fun nat-
Calls answered promp-ly night and day. ural vigor of manhood.
Phone 110. 23-m It is put up for the American trade
in tablet form, and though extremely
R. E. it BREVARD powerful, it is perfectly harmless and
I easily taken, one tablet being a dose,
PHY6ICIAAN D SURGEON, and doing the work at once, and so
TALLAIAHSSEE, FLORIDA. evidently as to leave no uoubt in the
4m. mind of the patient. It will cure you
so as to stay cured.
G RO. W. WALKER Every package is opened and care-
-- fully examined by the importers when
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. received, and is then repacked under
Oce over Capital City Bank their seal and positive guarantee to
Oe over Capitcure. It will be sent prepaid under
IALLAIIASS, FLORIDA. plain cover, with full and complete di-
t-y 4 reactions, on receipt of the price, $1.00
IitD T; MVYRS. per package, or six packages for $5.00.
AKTORNEY AT LAW, PANY. Market and 24th streets, Phil-
TT'TT' Why We Eat Oyster. Raw..
W E LEWIS, ENTIS Dr. William Roberts iu his interest-
TALT.AWASrR, ]oPirDA. nlg lectures on the digestive fermentas
writes: "Our practice in regard to the
S8 r o oyster is quite exceptional and furnish-
ffadizaf 1894,- Uive~rsity Marylad ^es a striking example of the general
B/0ltimore; Post Qraduate 1893, correctness of the popular judgment on
a8e810l School Ch00 c o0. dietetic questions. The oyster is al-
:most the only animal substance which

Sheriffs Sale. N s et--ani
BN tR AND Y VIRTUE OF A COxP? To Henry tru Me L 3C O e11 0 AM
'J le's warunt id by the 3en. A. C. O mu in :
ne ^date t Aug" 27tb, 1901. to meB d- Yt "M 8==Y NOTIIED I AAW
te bea of Leo oemmty. Flrida, a fst hbto J I. IBMy eP s
the J-m ee a dern "lway M any %be daysPri for *and county taxes due and un d for It ] fro iall tax gala, the lm d bedw
thep 1l8BM. *animu 1 the suas of dew la I.asC. Crk. Same.i"hraised by
h and fifty. three nd 12.10 9 7S& 121 of Will msetaxdeed a.A S .1 A0i.Qss-
dol and for due and unpaid State aV Sof N of See. 24. T. S2 ,.
coun taxes for the year 19%, ainousating to L 1 a2res. aM al of the sa of
the of even funded and ninety-six and lying Wof the Tallahasseeand Mleessukle
881 ($796.88) dollars. together with the of Secal9. T 2N. R 3.K 4453- 10aeres ma-
coMtB expenseor f sale enamnmfndi me to ted in Leon County. ata of Florida, and
Wol by levy and sale, in the same manner m2 'ertlstest Nos. 11 and 16, Tar Salme
Is no provided by law for the sale of property AuguP 7th. 1899
uI exetions 1.rm the Cireit Court of the Wla my hand and the seal of the Cirest
a fixtures, rolling stock or any part thereof Court at TallabaBee, Leon county, ~r-
or o01 enUre road or such part thereof as may (s AL~ Ida. this 4th day of September, A. 4
be ted in the Stat. belonging to or operated 101L
by P nomPany. I have this day I--vied upon CoucCIL A. BRYAX,
and ll exgore for sale intlrout of the court Clerk Circuit Court Leon Couaty, Fia
how door in the city of Tallahasee on the 7th 2 w
day October, 1901, that being the first Mon- ____
day October and kleal sale% day. during the --
leg hours of sale, the following descrilie. Notkce to Physicians.
pro *y of the Tallahssee Southeastern Rail-
way oi.pany. to-wit: The roal and road bed IITE UNDERSIGNED BOARD OF MEDICAL
a&d purtenance; thereto belonging. together 1 Examiners in and for the 2d .fudiceld ins-
with he right of way extending from a point triet of the State of Florida will onveniv t
abot abt-ut one mile nearly south of thesouth- city of Tallahasseee. the Capital (on-Aic te
wt, corner of the city of Tallahas&see where Wef'dnlsdv in November, liMHl, beii1i e -e
the llahliaee Southeastern Railrotid joins the day of said month, for the purposeof "a St. arks branch of the Seaboard Air Line examinations and granting eertihcates o, o -.
Hail ay in I-on, -ounty. Florida and runniikg tice melicine in the State of Florida, < a ina y east for abut t'lwenty- iihes nearly to to "6n act to Regulate the Practi(- of M.-Vt;>n,
Tho at (itty in J.tll-rson A county. Fi'.rida, to- in the State of Florida," etc. The nef-tiu-- ja-!
geth rwith thef nlling toctk or 'said company. lie held lat Dlr. George H. Gwynn's o! ,- .,t '..
1i%42d1 ,ly of S'1trn-K'r, A. 1). 11N)1. o'clock a. m. sharp.
JoIIN A. PEARCE. All tho 2 *'~t Slierill'of eIon County. without license will place tke d,. gi,::.--
--- -- thlcrt-of nuiid ovcrn ,tlifiSIlvs a-co.'ln v
stimulate a sluggish liver, ban- B-.rdr of the President.
ish iliousness disperse dyspepsia, pre- GA .: .t WYN N., 'f ... .
Sick AG.0. W. LAMAR, .'. l..,
ve sick and nervous headache, use j. F. WILLIAM, M.D., er',
Dr. M. A. Simmon's Liver Medicine .: t
%e2aVnu h e 4FW-~ t E
9 *

A Medicine for

Old People.
Rev. Geo. Gay, Greenwich, Kas., is
past ;3 years of age, yet he says: "I
am enjoying excellent health for a man
of my age, due entirely to the rejuven-
at:!.r nainuences(;f Dr. Mlycs' Nervine.
It I rinissilccp an.! rcmt when nothing
e.-* v:1 il, and give.; str,-ngth and vital-
ity even to on.- of n:y old age."
"I am an old Isoldier," writes Mr. Geo;
-' <.n,<.f Nwtun, la, "and I h::ve
bce :- a -ui:; rer fr, im nLrvusn: s,'
veClt ;, a: d spinal trn-t:lc. H lave pe:nt
c",:i.-:!crl le nncvy for medicine and
d, tIors, but wita. little ien-fit. I was
S!!ad my mind slhowe.l i,-ims of weak-
nc i be'antaking ]Di. M: es' Nervmne,
and I know it saved my life."

ron-:- :,'s Iit- ,-reply. .WHITE'S.C RU AM
Sh:y. .o.:-:t,.." said the nurse, "I iles N ervin e U C
,,t u: wuod by Mary half an hour i
.-'- _Saved me from the insane asy- u in --qantity. B.-t-.:..
lum," Mrs. A M. 1leifner of Jerico
>H 1:ro- s1a:,i the doctor. "She Sprngs, rts. so r 20 Years Has LeM all Wor Re edies, stioUaa
t1(" !t' :. < jine duon to supper!" ous that I could scarcely control my- o -BOM e3E BT- ..rAL. XXe luT,-G4-z 'Jz' ,.
"'. I'. s:id the nurse, "I sent you lepnrt, woul even by JAMES F. BALLARD, St.! Lou .s.
nurse,,,.sent you forr'et the nazze-s of mv own children at | M by- -,--R JtEL -i.
: : i'.:t. ldow-n, to eight!" times.. I commence using Dr. Miles' ^
A:l inuli-y made the whole thing Nervine and it helped me from the
*l-hl:r. Mfary thought it more polite to first, and now I am perfectly welL" I
say "Conle do:u to supper" than to Sold by all Druggi on Guarantee. -
say "Cowe do,.d to ate."-Pearson's Dr. Miles Medical C., Elkhart, Ind. JN ine= DR IN.

Instead of buying an article you do I- lTenths
not need of an agent, pay what you Notice to Cultractfrs.
owe.--Atchison Globe. f from
ITA9LLAser.LA., Oct. 1, 1. Ouiral.
We have seen the frail infant when The Capitol commisi4 appointed to make al t
the faint struggle for existence seem- additions and alterations to the State Capitol ll heAT
ed almost ended, resuscitated and made Building of Florida, invite sealed proposals for TES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
strong by the use of WHITE'S CREAM ing to he plans an a tons prepared by People Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood
VERMIFUGE. Price, 25 cents. Wight Architect Frank P Mil columbia. S. C. UUU
_______ and bond required will e on file at the State f S a l P
House in Tallahasse, anil at the Architects of- Sufer IPUES Malaria, Biliousness, Consipation
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial fice in Cqlumbia, S. C...on and after October U W S m h and Impaired Dipstin.
Circuit o orida in and for I Each bidderwill file ith his bid a certified fr m an i
County.-In Chancery. check on a well known tank in Florida for the
Esther F. Roby, etal.. Complainants. vy. Coun- sum o f ve thousand dollars made payable to Dise t Ery Bottle iariteed to give Saisfz n.
cil A. Bryan, et a&., Defendants.--Bill for theStateT urer ofD seE mda. as a aranee Diseased ari to In w
Partition of Realty. that if his bid is accepted he will enter into con- xza-,.PI u 3, aTa.Tx D>S-3.
T APPRArIt FROM TR AFIyAVIT tract atone, and upon entering into the con L e -
T APPEARING FROM THE AFFIDAVIT tract make an acceptable bond in the sum of
in ot Sarah A. Barntitled oue of the complainants twenty- five thousand doars forth faithful per-
that certain of the defendants. Lcwis Ha k. aitoe contractan thebod pared by S F. BALLARD, St. Lc, L .o.
Frank Hanock, Jack Hancock, Julia HaLacock within fifteen days after acceptance of his bid.
and James Hancock. do not reside in the State the chetk will be forfeited as liquidated damages
of Florida. Nit the place or places of re idence offor the delay..C
all are unknown, and their respective ages are All bids to be filed not later than 12 o'clock
al.o unknown, and that there Is no person or noon, November 14th, 1901.
peons in the tate the service of a ubpna The Commission r esthe right to reject ERASTuS W CLAR
upon whom would bind such defendants OranY any and all bids.
It is therefore ordered that said dcfndants W. S JaNlco,%*.%
ew a Governor, and Chairmanof Capitol Commission. Wa maker and Jeweler.
Lewis Hancock, Frank Hau k, Jack Hanock. -w Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Julia Hancock and James Hancock. be and -5w Ah et, TaL A L 13
they are hereby required to appear to said bill of TALLAHASSEE. FLA
complaint herein on Monday. the second day of Notice of Tax Deed. .
December, A. 1D. 1901, and that this order be J
published once a week for eight consecutive To Henry Carney and All Others Interested: [ --
weeks in the Weekly Tallahamseeananewspaper TOU AKE HEREpY NOTIFIED AND
published in the City of Tallaha-see, Leon warned that unless according to provisions IWatches, Clocks and Jeweb
county, Fla. of the act of June 2d, 189IO, yon redeem within
Done and ordered this 28th day of September, the thirty days prior to the 5th day of Octob-
A. D. 1901. er. 1901. from all tax sales, the land below de- repaired and warranted
COUNCIL A. BRYAN. i-cribed. I. a- Clerk, tunlesi restrained by order ...
Clerk Circuit Court Leon County, Florida. of court. wil Issue tax deed to B 8. Allen, coo. e ld every e .
--- vevi 3 acres o land the E)9 of SW% of lee. IM Seed Annl free..AC AL s am E O t T3Af
STATIn OF FLORIDA. o5 foN e, d. e iey f wit: Beginninge.LL M &l. MTAtT, te KWl in l ow
County of Leon. at the fW. corner ofo f See. 5wT: e i s m I_.
I, Council A. Bryan. Clerk of the Circuit Court N.. R. I E, thence runi N. 7 chains to point of Bigta
in and for the county aforesaid, do hereby certify beginning. From s'li point run N. 4 5U 100 7
that the above and foregoing is a true copy of chains, thence W. 6 7A-100 chain-, thence 8.
the original order of publication on file and of 4 50-100 chains, thence B. 6 .0-100 to begin- -
rmcord In my office. ning. located in Leon County. State of Florida,
Wituesb my hand and official seal this28th day and bused on Tax Certificate No. 1, Tax Sales of B tl a I ail lost pule
(SEAL.) of September, A. D. 1901. August 7, 18W
32 8w CooUKciL A. tCRYANClerk. Witei-s my hand and the seal of the Circuit
Court at Tallahwssee. Leon county. Florida, Estalul mbtl li S EUSb
In the Circuit Court of Florida. Second [SEAL.I this 4th day of September, A. D. 1901.
Judicial Circuit for Leon County Clerk Circuit Court Leon County, Fla.
In Chancery. 2ortwSCuny "a, p
Matt'e BeamanComplainant, vs. Charles Ba.-
man, Defendant.--Bill for Divorce. Deser- Notice f Application for Permt to *
tion. o ser- Notke of AppiltionforPermfttA ll
IT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer.
the affidavit ot the attorneys for complain- *| + "
ant that the residence of the defendant. Charles UBLIC NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN THATF W I T
Beaman, is not in the State of Florida, but is | L. M. Wilson hai filed with the Board of
within the State of Georgia, in the county., of County (ommi.sioners of Leon county, in the Removes all Corns, Bunions and ..r:
Thomas, and within the United States, and that state of Florida. his application for a permit to thout pa, speedily and
there is no person in the State of Florida the sell liquors, wines and beer in Election District Druots w1 ABw '
service of a subpoena upon whom would bind No. 1 of said county and State; that such appli- oa
the defendant, and that said defendant is over cation will be acted on by the said Board of LIPPIAN BROS
the age of twenty-one y.ars, it is therefore or- County (ominssioners at their next regular SoteProp ,
dered that the said defendant, Charles Beaman, meeting. which will be held on the first Mouday '
Le and he ls hereby required to appear to the in October. A. D. 1901, at 11 o'clock a. m. of Wlock,
said bill of complaint on Monday, the 2d day of said day, and the said Board hereby calls uponJ
December, A. D. 1901, and that this order be an citizen of such Election District who may i
published once a week for four conoecutihe desire to do so, to show cause, if any there be, at 1 -
weeis in the Tallahasseean. a newspaper pub the next regular meeting of saidBoard, why -
lished in the city of Tallahassee, in said I county such permit shall not be granted to the appli- ,
and State. cant.
Witness Council A. Bryan. Clerk of said court, By order of the Board of County Commissioners i "S SAS. ... "t
(sEAL) and the seal thereof this 30th day ot of Leon county, Florida. ETW II A TSsrSSam ,
C. A. BRYTN, 'SEAL.) COUNCIL A. BRYAN. .M- R LEN 0 S ta afoesaid. 2'-5w Clerk CircuitCourt Leon county, Fla. ; n OTBu cArS I TOlM PaTAB i
STATE OF FLORIDAn. Notice of Tax Deed. Book "o: o Uobtain PatentsF
I, Council A. Bryan, Clerk of the: Circuit TthHi iath afnrentetidI U D II is
Court In and for the county aforesaid, dTthereby nd thirs iaro d ahr onto eDeceased. 0A lI -triTyI conidential.ewa,
certify that the above and foregoing is a-true and and1 CHARLESTON t8. C. o...... -WO. C..
correct copy of the original order of publication 'OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ANCHARLESTON S.C
of record and on file in my office. w.araed that unless, according to provisions A9 A m Ueeertala D iese.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my of the act of June 2d, 1899, you redeem within There is no di mncertin ir it
(szAL) hand and affixed the seal of said court the thirty days prior to the 17th day of October T thandsea Pyliintt
this 30th day of September, A. D. 1901. 1991. from all tax sales the land below ( f nature than dyspepia. Physician say that
COU L B sribed, I, a Clerk, unless restrained bythe symptom of no two cases agree. t is

Notice to Property Owners. of s -E., and that part of mot No. 3 embracing t Iron Bittes will cure'it. Invalnatle inall
OI CE IS H BYt A.EN TAT arta ta N SALE STABLES, diseareths testia mch, ia.lo d an

.1901 e lChamer Cdy Hall at 7:30 conainng i e N- WITH lwas'Iron Bitters is sold by all deaskb
o'clok l persons desirig to appear be- Leon county State of Floridt, and based on
the4w y w r Clerk. of ourt8.will issue a tax deed So O. C.:m at

S arrda to cit Ctia Nos. 17 and 18, 1tax sale for n Double and Single Teams, O e H fDU t NCAN
cording y. witness my hand and the seal of the Co
Ao.Hr o HERcBy WLIAMS, (SEAL) lra oi oth ay ofeptebe BOTH LOCAL AND DISTANCE. 1 n
City Clerk. 190S. A. .A LE BLES.
Tallahassee, Fla., eprt.1,91 d30go 4e 29-4w ClerkCircuit al eon lcony
Two hundred hu eis of DO- u mx Pa tronase Solicited
tatoes remIove eighty pounds f ao C ne*r s.s7a 1, Cap.t er 41 m1, o e andsto Guaranteed. mesl i-n ableJn orei
of "actual" Potash from the ta +., es.' pectf ullySee hs oueapctrle, retT
Ssoail. Unless this quantity S ,'for 1 th 0 an w. c. TuLLY, Proprietor.
o^din& y. _* .. Wm my waor hiatnt of the manseto the t- vs PH Dm
is returned to the soil, fds flor ,ich UCh ta1s have bepe NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR W A. NO W L ..
the following crop will TotaS ia o y.e'...a"''10 ,inui L" FINAL DISCHARGE. -
PoCOUNCI (10).. B-Y24,9 -- -SD L[ -HORSES.-

Impressed with the belief that the
most important and beneficent enact-
ment which could be made by our Leg-
islators would be the provision for the
establishment of a Bureau of Life As-
surance, permit me to lay before you
such views as I may be able to adduce
on this most important subject pre-
mising that I have but small acquaint-
ance with the details of such organiza-
tions, and shall therefore not attempt
to enter upon that phase of such en-
terprises, leaving that to the maturer
judgment and experience of those who
would be called upon to organize and,
perfect its workingf n ~iifery, c6n-
fine, myself to brief exposition,6f the
benefits which .would accrue tb the
State and to the citizens thereof. As
matters now stand in .regard to life
assurance in this State, over a million
dollars are now annually carried from
the pockets .of its citizens to enrich
such corporations existing far beyond

our borders, all of which wealth could
and should be retained at home. As
these organizations have established
themselves within the State, and thus,
so far, monopolized the constituency
of such corporations, the progress of
a State institution would necessarily
at first be slow, but offering sulfuar-
antee of solvency founded up tihe
ability and good faith of a sovereign
State, a guarantee inapproachable by
private institutions of this character, it
would absorb all future investments,
and it will only be necessary to draw
attention to the obvious benefits ac-
cruing to attract and command the
earnest and enthusiastic support of
the people. As the State would ever re-
quire only sufficient revenue to oper-
ate the State and county government-
al machinery, therefore as revenue
from the Bureau wild be realizpd,.a
commensurate reduction of tates on
real and personal estate would ensue,

and finally all sucn taxation would be
abolished, and as the patronage of the
institution increased, the cost of life
policies would diminish until every
citizen would be enabled to insure life
at a minimum cost.
Under such conditions population
would flow into the State and capital
would follow commensurately, and all
the benefits resulting from prosperity
would be realized. It may be claimed
thas although vast sums of money
have been carried out of the State an-
nually by life assurance societies, large
sums have also been disbursed by them
in the State. This is doubtless true,
but the figures of the Treasurer's re-
.or L for 1900 shows that these compan-
ies made a profit of seventy-five (75)
.per cent on their investments in the
State, as will be seen by that report,
which I now proceed to copy:

Extract from State Treasurer's Report on Insurance Companies for the Year Ending December 31, 1900.
Name of Compa e. Loatios. | s In Los n I Re eipt n
ror da. Mona.

Equitable Lfe Amrance Society.......................... ...... 120 Broadway, New York....... ......... 1,87,0M $ T71,12100 31l,T3 00
Fidelity Mutual Lilaarano Company .............. ........ 112 B dt, Phldelphla, Pa........... S 7,09 f00 14,104 St
Gernfala Life Ineurane Company................. ........... g0 NaosiM St.New Yor....0............ 106 4& ,8 00
Home Life IncaneO mpany.............................. 256 BroadwayNw York, ... ...........2 2, I 2,000 74
Mutual McTe- Fund WfeAWMW ....u.....................306 and 307 B ioway, New York ..... 36e 44g00 f0 TS0 70
Mtual Life u nceCompmy............................. =l aNmu S., New York................. I1.40M 31,A1-0 18 S 73
Now York LIe Irance Compy..... .................... 46 and 348 Brodway. New York ........ s.lU SAs 14 a 3565 43
Penn Mutualo s InsuranCe Company................... .... 921 and 928 Cheut St.,Philadelphia, Pa .117Jo 4Im00 sk18, 97
tfUe Life insurance Company............................. ............... ............................. ........3,36697
W Ito feInmance Co............................. 141 Broadway, New York.................. ~M10 180 0 Oo as 4
S87. 501.40 8 36.845t 81 0918,Z 2sT
American Surety Comany...................................... 100 Broadway, New York.......... ......... 107.47 ............ t 10
COt TrtaalSepoad8ure.tyCompany..................... Pladelpha P......................... .... ... IMI
Selityand Depoitaompany ofMalryland...................... Baltmore, .............. ... ...... t 4s18 7,800
Fideltya se alty Company..... ...... .............. 97 o 103Cedar St., New York........... 4,A 14,4M5011 ..8 81
Guarantee Compaiu of NtorthAmerica........... ............... Monteal, CUn.M. ....................... 1.8O G= ss 4 4S
Hartford Steamader Inspetoand In. Co........ ..... Hartrd, Conn....... ......... M00 .......
Londson arat dAcdeatUompany7............. ...... D307 erbom 8. Chicago, 111 ........... 6SWA 24943 1,71
Uoyds Plate GlaunIurae Company ................. William St. New York.......... ... ... B, "18964 4 28
Malanin opapy.......................... ....... Equitable Building. aWmore, Md ........ Ma 138 ,Es 10
Na. a aar At. y....... ................................ 3 Broadway. New York...... ......... .8 ...... 00
Prefered AcAdment Inurane company................... .. 290 Broadway, New York .......... .... 2,06As 1,74'& s.m1"
anda uWefea c .Adent Imurance Company....... ....Dtrot Ich,.............. ......... 42M33 444r76 1
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AgeateiRbteI In Florisda. .3.as3tL Lomes, *01. 8.9 t A.gre.ate R oleipt. 1 014.i22 1
Jo cEtheyr adding December 31, 19 one million fourteen tboluand hundred ad twenty-two dollar w carried to citizen of
Extracts from Comptroller's Report for 1900.

Agreate value of Real Rtate tn the Satme,
Aggregate valve of Persomal tate

ow. thiA'ax in the shape
n, $1..t,, i ,a tng to 1,014-
1M- for the .year. 1900, and carried out
6thoe State in perpelou, and Rwrminng
that this .ourge, commencing with
the birth o thb.Territory, say eighty
years ago, has gone on growing from
t*kA vn -aw&-....lw o-mall i.uma a *

every citizen the assurance and the
happinessresulting from theconvietion
that come weal or woe, his loved ones
would be provided tor.
In view of these facts does it not
become the duty of every patriotic cit-
izen to bestir himself in this effort at
w...gnm? T 4k... z .". aa

Of @0.17465
167,8, 062
W7, 173,517

in every county and in every precinct,
those who cast the ballots which shall
place in power those upon- whose ac-
tion the fate of this great enterprise
would rest, should commence at the
earliest possible moment to scrutinize
and select those whom they believe to


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Land of Flower.

Fubmim ed vey nTDA, as the OSde,

Sub1crtption (one year) .. .. ..LOO
.JOHN C. TRICK. M d. and Propr.

The first week of the Tallahasseean
coupon contest has been a very sue-
cessful one. They are coming in every
day through the mails from far away
New York, Chicago, St Louis and
other places, and a right lively inter-
est is being 'taken in the matter at
home as welL The prizes in both con-
tests are well worth working for, be-
sides the amusement of -carrying on
such a contest
One thing we want distinctly under-
stood That is, no one in this office or
in any-way connected with -the paper
will be allowed to contest for either

prize. We thought it unnecessary t-
make this statement at first, but two
parties already have mailed votes for
the editor. It would not be fair for
any one connected with the paper to
become a contestant, and we do not
propose that any unfair practices shall
enter into the contest.
Get together ant the votes you can
for the person of your choice and send
them in by next Wednesday night. At
that time the first count will be made,
and the result wi., be announced in hte
next issue of tne paper. Give your
candidate as big a boos at the start
as you can.

The steady movement from the rural
districts to the cities throughout the
country has become somewhat of a per-
plexing problem for the reason that it
has beern- feared by many that the pro-
ducing class would eventually become
inadequate to supply the consumers of
American farm products. It is thought
this movement in some sections at
least has reached high-water mark,
and the papers are now beginning to
discuss the subject from the opposite

Will there be a great reactionary
movement to the farm? Will the cities
begin losing.population while the great
ranches of the Western country will be
subdivided into smaller tracts or high-
ly cultivated soiL
These ire questions that the Kansas
City Star says must be answered af-
firmatively, because of the large pxum-
ber of business consolidations that are
going on from. day to day. The prob-
lem seems to have been suggesteI pri-
marily to the Star through the ccisol-
Idation of the Memphis and Frismc sys-
tems under one management, :with
headquarters in St. Louis.- '*
Attention is called to the fact! that
2 one set of general oiices will nnw be
required where formerly two dij the
same work. Numbers of clerks iave
been dismissed because of the combi-
mation. In all the administrative de-
partvments of these two roads
now practically does the work o.two.
In every newly formed tru4t or
conaoiidation this same process s in
evidence. Vast numbers of men have
been thrown out of employment and
forced to see new fields of bor.
Through the period of prosper of
the past three years most of the men
who have been forced to find nel sit-
uations have been successful. The
prosperity of the country has o] ened
up new avenues of industry that $have
easily absorbed the surplus labc.
Apparently this process of coi -
dation ,will continue. From a rely
business point of view the savi g in
cost or production warrants thee cut-
ting off of useless emnployes.
Yet there must be a limit to pros-
perity. The time will be reached -when
commercial enterprises will be unable
to absorb the men thrown out o4 em-
ployment. The factories, the street
railways, the wholesale houses? and
special industries will have a full com-
plement of men.
When that time comes the tf 'wU.
Inevitably turn back to the soil. It
wiM be a choice between living. on a
tarm with cOmpalrative independence
and working for a small salary: n a
large city. There will be a bente- n-
tivation of the soil. Large ftr* will
be subdiVided among small land iold-
ers. The Kansas farmer who so4s his
quarter section in wheat will in time
ell an eighty. He will diversify the
mOm.ll fruit. vegetablea and

lent rock roads and perhaps an ul-
timate spread of electric passenger and
freight railways in all farming com-
munities. The prospect suggests inter-
esting possibilities.

Owing to press 'of other matter, we
did not have space to give a suitable
notice last week to a new Industry
which has been started in Marion
county, and which was deserving ot
more than a passing notice. We refer
to the canning of tomatoes at Reddick
and Lowell. The former is reptesent-
ed in the firm of C. A. Cam & Co., and
the latter is known as the Lowell
Packing Co., whose manager is N. M.
The sample cans presented to the
Star office are of the three pound va-
riety, and are neatly labeled and
known as the "Eva Belle" and "Beau-
ty" brands.
Tue Lowell Canning Company's la-
bel bears the imprint of tue "Florida
Tomato," a very appropriate designa-
If these goods are as edible as their
labels are attractive, their market for
quality is made.
Mr. Shockley, who is the son-in-law
of Mr. Knute Knoblock, of Martin, is
one of the up to date and progressive
young men of the county, who, besides
possessing indomitable industry, has
an active mind and a discerning judg-
ment and is a creator, not a mere imi-
This season's packing by the Lowell
goods is equally applicable to the Red-
dick brand, of which C. A. .Cam,
brother of our worthy county superin-
tendent of schools, is manager and a
young man oi decided business ability,
who, after having fully determined on
a line of action, carries it into success-
ful execution. The output of the Red-
dick Canning Company was 2,500 cans.
Mr. Carn is well pleased with his ven-
ure and proposes to profit by this sea-
son's experience and enlarge his op-
portunities for the next season's out-
It is indeed gratifying to the Star
to -cote the spirit or helpfulness among
these young men -of the county and
their efforts to promote a new indus-
try that if carried to a successful issue
means more than words can tell to
our people in material prosperity.
May they prove a blessing to their
re.spe, tive, as well as the
merchants of the county and the peo-
ple who eat canned tomatoes, aid them
in every lovable way and we are satis-
fied their ventures will record a suc-
cess we will all be proud to refer to
as the pioneer canning industries of
Marion county. It marks a new era
of progress and a pathway to success
to the truck growers of Marion.-Ocala



KiUMy Trg e Makes Yt UsMrabk.
Almost everybody reads the
paper s sure of the wonderful
li-, Jr we made by Dr.
I6 =-J Kimer's Swamp-Root,
the kidney,
ffrand .liver,
J I 4 Itisthe great d
cal triumph of the nine-
covered after yar of
Scientific research by
S Dr. Kilmer. the emi-
Sn- b.nt kidney an d-
S der specialist, and Is
wonderfully successul in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid tronu- -
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec-
ommended for everything but If you have kid-
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work. in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it. may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,Blng-
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and nomesOf Map-oe,
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.

Every man has a mission to ac-
complish in this world. He is sent
into this world for a specific purpose,
and to accomplish tnat mission he must
have certain requisites 'called char-
acter. The necessity of energy and
strong self-reliance, faith in self. not
dogged obstinacy of opinion, but abid-
ing conviction that the Lord having
created and placed him on earth, he
has certain qualities that enable him
to fulfill his mission in life, is imper-
ative. Many young men are continu-
ally fluctuating, without any fixed pur-
pose in life. Perseverance is the first
element that enters into the forma-
tion of self-reliance. Through storm
and sunshine a man must persevere
in the plan he has mapped out. He
will meet with difficulties, but with
his eye fixed on the goal, with stead-
fastness of purpose, with tireless per-
severance, he will accomplish his pur-
pose and fulfill his mission. We hear
the cry that the ranks of the profes-
sions are crowded, and that it requires
unlimited means and influence for a
young man to get a footing. It may

R 4, 1901.

opinion is drafting or wh4
them most business or po
question for them to asW4
right? And then as the
weight of their opinion ou
other they help or retardM
of truth and Justice in t
would especially empba
young man should guard
ious cos .e The gospe
is preached every day, t
man must sow his wild
does he will reap then
wrecked manhood, ruined
thwarted ambition. It is1
a young man who believe
give his youth to Satan 9
tottering old manhood .o
County Democrat.

Ltwill bring
clarity. The
Is: What is
throw the
way or the
he progress
world. We
e that the
against Tic-
of iniquity
at a young
bats. If he
, too, in a
hopes and
shame for
s in God to
Ld a ruined,

To have a perfect stomach a man "
a woman must dinc well and breakfM
and sup simply.-Ladies' Home Jow.
naL ..

From Jacksonville--$47.50 to Bosto
and Providence: $45.80 to New York;
P6.30 to Baltmore; $3820 to Wh.
ington; $33.20 to Old Point Comfort
Ocean View, Virginia Beach and Ports
mouth and return. Tickets on sale daily.
Vood returning up to October 31st, 1901'
These excllrion rates apply via Ports.
mouth and.steamer only. Similar rat
from other Florida points. Two daily
trains between Florida points and Porte.
mouth; morning and evening departure
from Jacksonville. For amy informal.
tion write A. 0. ,cDonell. A. G. P.A.
Jacksonville, Fla.

be true n a certain sense, but this es a
pretty big world, anu dogged deter-
mination and perseverance will con-
quer in the end. entry Clay said:
"There is always room at the top.-
Many young men look to external
influences, rather wan to Internal
force while striving for success. Many
young men pride themselves on he
respectability of their family, but the
idea that this is going to make a man
in this country is ridiculous. It un-
questionably is a'good thing, but to
claim regard only on account of an-
cestors is to present a draft to the
American people they will'not be like-
ly to honor. The young man's char-
acter must be founded on a solid mor-
al basis. Many young men imagine
that the sole aim of life is making
money. The constant talk around
him is the price of stocks, fluctuations
of the money market, and he begins to
imagine that the greatest calamity in
life is not making money, and, there-
fore, it he cannot accomplish by hon-
est means, if he cannot compete witu
his neighbors, he enters upon a career
of chicanery to amass money, but
while amassing money, he is losing
character. He may have good credit
before the world, but in the estimauon
of every honest man he is a moral
We enjoy a great many blessings
in this country, ana we should raise
our hands and thank God that we are
living in, a land of civil and religious
liberty. With these great blessings
have come corresponding obligations.
Upon the young men of the country
there rest mighty responsibilities. The
inheritance we enjoy is the fruition
of a long Ine of self-sacrificing an-
cestors. To give us religious faith,
martyrs have bled and died. It de-
pends upon us, therefore, to be true to
our ancestors. Many may imagine it
makes little difference what opinions
they may hold in the great social and
religious questions di the day. But we
live in the age when opinions carry
with them a mighty force, waen every
man is accountable to God and the
world tor his opinions. The great bat-
ties going on among civilized nations
of the earth are mighty battles of opin-
ions. The spirit of discussion is every-
where abroad, it pervades our news-
papers, our periodicals, the pulpit, the
forum, the hustings and the stump,
and you cannot stdp such discussions
while men have intellects to think,
hearts to feel, and tongues to speak.
They who would stop discussion and
prevent the people from thinking and
speaking must go a long distance
backward; they must close our schools
and churches and muzzle the press,
but until they are able to do that, dis-
cussion will go on and the people will
continue to think. Therefore, the
young men of to-da(y should take part
in these discussions. l.-sey must not
ask themselves to what side public

Gentlemen: I write this
of your Asthmalene, lor tlte cure
for the east 12 years. Having e
your s'gn uron your windows oI
lene. My wife commenced takil
improvement. alter ua-ng ote
all syrpton,. I feel that I can
with this distressing disease.

Gentlemen: I was troubled
they have all failed. I rana
lies at once. I have .since putohe
of four children, and for ix
doing business every lay. This
Home address, 235 RivingI


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Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler.
liab)i uo the Cong., nai Israel.
NEW YORK, Jan. :., l)ii.
gentlemen : Your Asthnialvne i j aI ,-xcll-nt
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ch oroform or ether. Very truly yours.

AVON MPRIN'-.S. N. Y.. Feb. 1. ]!)1)1.

Inonial from a -en- of duty, having -tested the wonderful effe-t
>f Astimi My wife ha he -.,n fatllictedl with .-pa'-mo.lic asthma
tausted my own skill, as well as many others. I Chanced tf) .ee
l3Uth street. New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Athm:i-
Kit about the firt of Novembt.r. I very s'on noticed a ratdi(;al
bottle her Asthm. has disappeared and she is entirely free from
consitentIly recominend tWu mnaiclne to all whoi are arlictel


0. D. PHELP,3 M. D.

Feb..5, 1901.
ith A'thbma for 2-2 years. I have tried numerous remedies but
youradvertisement and started with a trial bottle. i fo ud re
med your full-s z- bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have family
wU unable to work. I am now in the best of health and a:a
stuoiny you can n.ake such use of as you see fit.
6Estreet.S. RAPHAEL,
67 East 129th St New York City.

once, addressing Dr. TAFT BROS. MEDICINE CO.,

by all Druggists.

rd you will want more.

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Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and

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Ind Tallahassee Drug Company,

Distribute s.

J .

ent ALBERT FARRAH. L, I. BL., Dean

NCBS WEDNESDAY, O,i UlsIR 2, 1901.
Law DortNaut of the John B. Steton Ulavenity gives a
*.Tha Diploma of the Law Departmeat of Johna B. Steteo
E;N.For Stbp eia fthe "Law Announcement for
1 er e or-~ amrdg the Law Departmen

plmr ort of Joba B. Stetso UWiverty,
|D LMU Forkd.

Advocating the Establishment of a State Life Assurance Bureau.





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sufficient to give you most

delicious tea biscuit using

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By Those Who Gather Items
Tallahasseean Readers.


The Dentist. Dr. E.. A. Shine.

A. L. Messer, of Jacksonville, is in
the city.

Dr. Theophilus West, of
is in the city on business.


A. M. Carlisle, with R. L. Collins,
druggist. tf.
Hon. E. J. Triay, of Jacksonville, is
on a business visit to the capital.
4 + +4
Hancock Liquid Sulphur is guaran-
teed to cure eczema. For sale by
Wight & Bro.
+ + +
Walter L. eight and Misses Adele
and Eleise Gerard are recent arrivals
from Buffalo.
Mrs. Ferrell, of Crawfordville, is in
the city on a visit to her son, Mr. Jim
Dr. M. A. Simmon's Liver Medicine
-quickens the appetite, aids digestion,
gives tone and vigor to all the fun-
ctions, and fortifies the system
against epidemic influences.
Miss Bessie Walker, of Crawford-
1119, has entered the Florida State
Miss Sallie Mabry, sister to Rev. W.
K. H. Mabry, has returned to her
lome in Palatka.
For ground itch, seating or tender
eet, use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur,
are guaranteed. For sale by Wight
A Bro.
Miss Nannie Gallie returned home
from Buffalo last week. She reports
leaving a splendid time and trip.
The health restorer and health
maintainer, Dr. M. .. Simmon's Liver
Medicine, strengthens the nerves,
iakes you plump and comely, and en-_
riches the complexion with nature's
hoicest colors.
Mr. Carter, who has been visiting
Mrs. Tom Costa, left for her home in
Paltka on Monday.
Mr. H. C. Bilingsley, who lives about
15 miles In the country, was in the
city on Monday, the 30th, on business.
Dr. M. A. Simmon's LAver Medicine
hal greatly benefitted others and is
sonably certain to do you good.
Try it.
Mrs Hanks was in the city one day
lst week. She lives several miles in
*the country.
rs. George Fleming. of Woodlawn,
Val in town last week on a visit to
M Canty.

Have you seen the dandy "Rock-
iil" at Yaeger's? Yellow wheels and
*atts and russet brown seat. The
dteapest of the kind in town. Only
%e left of-a whole carload.
If you need a god jersey cow I will
A. ve you money-A. S. Wells.
Miss Stella Waller left for Carnt-
belle on Monday to take charge of the
western Union Telegraph office in that

Mrs. E. lBrobo, of Greensboro, N.
", arrivedd on Friday to accept the po-
ftfu0 of housekeeper torlthe Leon Ho-
* t l.

L, G. Wray, Williston, Fla., writes:
; lIed Dr. M. A. Simmon's Liver
M dd% 20 years. It cura sick bead-
S C igestion, nervousness, bilious-
Be"- At' the best on earth. We South-
", PlPple think it far better than
,-sw a and Black Draught.
r W. R. Wilson, who has been
1"y from home for several weeks,
"vifu the exposition and also New
*ork City, arrived home this week.
J M*. i .

Dr. W. E.

Lewis, Dentist. Phone No.

Mr. E. J. Triay, of Jacksonville, is
in the city.
Miss Mattie Vinson returned home
on Sunday last. She has been visiting
the Misses Johnson in this ity.
Wanted at once, 100 bushels each good
seed rye and oats. Addr-,: Scar
borough & Snipes, Lake City, Fla.5t
Mr. Walter Williams, of Chipley, ar-
rived in town last Saturday. He is a
student of the Florida State College.
DeWitt's Litue Early Risers never
disappoint. They are safe, prompt,
gentle, effective in removing impuri-
ties from the liver and bowels. Small
and easy to take. Never gripe or (as-
tress. All dealers.

Mr. Johnnie Bilingsley is expected
home from Jacksonville the latter part
of this week. t
Mr. R. C. Snipes, of Lake City is
visiting among his many friends in
Tallahassee this week.
4+ 4
Do you suffer from piles? If so do
not turn to surgery for relief. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel. Salve will act more quick-
ly, surely and safely, saving you the
expense and danger of an operation.
All dealers.
Col. James R. Challen, a prominent
lawyer of Jacksonville, is in the city
on business in the Supreme Court.
Mr. Costa took his daughter, Miss
Pauline, to lamonia last Sunday,
where she is to teach the coming win-
Mr. F. A. Hathaway arrived on Sat-
urday. He is staying wih Mrs. A. B.
Clark. He graduates at the Florida
State College this collegiate year.
C. M. Phelps, Forestdale, Vt., says
his child was completely cured of a
bad case of eczema by thee se of De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of
all counterfeits. It instantly relieves
piles. All dealers.
Miss Martha Epps, of Bradfordville,
has arrived in town to take her po-
sition as teacher in the Leon Academy.
This is her first term in that school.
Eczema the hardest to cure of any
skin disease, is soon cured by the use
of Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, or
money refunded. For sale by-Wight
& Bro.
Miss Maggie Hinson, of Havana,
has arrived in town and enters the
sophomore class at the Florida State
College. She is boarding at Mrs. Mc-
Prof. H. Elmer Bierly, teacher In
the Florida State College, arrived in
town on Saturday. He was detained at
home on account of the illness of his
Store For Rent-One of the best do-
cations in the city, on Monroe street
Apply at this office.
Wanted at once,100bushels each good
seed rye and ots. Address Scar-
borough & Snipes; Lake City, Fla.5t
Hancoek's Liquid Sulphur guaran-
teed to cure tetter, pimples or any dis.
ease of the skin. For sale by Wight
& Bro.

Mrs. Sallie C. Pearce and Miss Hen
rietta Chaires returned to the city las
week. They have been absent during
the summer.
W. T. Wesson, Gholsonvuie, Va.
druggist, writes: "Your One Minut
Cough Cure gives perfect -tisfactlon
My customers say it is the best rem
edy for coughs, coius, throat and lunn
troubles." All druggists.
If vou-ar* going away this humme
so the special xr.uton m rate that ar
offered by the Seaboard Air Line Rail
way to the principle ress t w the Car
olines, Virgini and the East, including
Portontb. Old Point. Washingto
Baltimore. New York. Providence, B
ton and BnffalL Write A. 0. MaU
Donefl, A. G. P. A., Jacksonvlle,FI.

Gernmnae beoto if planted In the mai
climese in which they were grown.
That's why we handle the Calforni
needs. California bas the same cima
S *.. -- .A %n Am 3.An r f..i.

worthy Superintenuent of Schools for '" very reasonable figures.
Leon county, is occupying the position To For further pac mall on or address wth stamp the undersined
of teacher in the Leon Academy. in the A rich lady, eured of her dafei and W W. W. McGRIFF
Place of Miss Martha B. Cotton, who is noises in the head by Dr. Nicholsone's M,
Absent on account of sickness. Arficial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his Tallahseean OA1,
t + + + Institute, so that deaf people unable to Talahams, 11
There are thousands of people suf- procure the Ear Drama ma3 have them __ ___
fering untold torture" from piles be- ftee. Addnrm No. 1296 The.Nicholbon
- cause of the popular impression that Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New W. N. TAY CH
They cannot be cured. TABLBR'S York. 14-ly
cure them and the patient will remain Cake Ornaments of most beautiful de-
cured. Price, 50 cents, in bottles.Tube gns at T. B. Byrd's. T CL
75 cents. All druggists. at By- ^^ 7

G m es on, daughter of Mr.'Piw Y Architects and Builders.
G.W.Saxonipr/sdent of the. Capital ToT DIA.-A la CrOf
City Bank, returned from Quincy on her D.An md lsHin Head of
STuesday after a stay of about three .ra..S Ear D A
weeks --amongfrfends.N sala.nAand
gaveweeks among friendss e 00 to his l tte, so that de M
, Mers. C. Bernardand Hamrry Hartt y e em fre Addr,..
Sent on a duck shoot a few miles My Inbttute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New I
from town last Friday afternoo.- They y *W Irve i -
were very successful and shot a hum- All kinds of
9 ber of ducks, mostly summer ducks
and teal, fourteen n alL Mr. artt re- Onion Sets I building
ports a splendid time and hopes to Manufacturers planned and
go again before long. Onion Sets I of allkinds of constructed
A "stitch in time saves nine," and Onion Sets I rough and according to
a dose of HA. .ARiS'8 HOREHOUND dressed lum- g
SYRUP at the beginning of a cold will -AT- ber, mould. the latest *P
save you many wearying hours And proved
Seven days of distressing and haa- V. F. B AT COM' methods.
Ing cough. Price,. 25 ad 50 cents.r .;e g1, wiI l meto
aWht & BM. DRU. STORE.
leO ..,porhAcolumns, brackets, antel. r.fancy gp ble orni
.SOMETHING GOOD. fnewiffL R Ar.* vVr.TwnFRarATION. .3 .2 a



Miss Fannie Maneely, of Pensacola, Mr. E. B. Dickey, formerly of F. C. n .
returned from the exposition on Tues- Coles, will be in the employ of Dr. iTR. TilE FalIS Yes .
day with her aunt, Mrs. Lamb, of the Gilbert Williams after October 1st. .
St. James. + + +
+ + Mr. B. M. Solomon, a well-known Queen t They will ALL come up.
Mothers everywhere praise One Min- traveling agent for insurance, whose The Garden Seed sold by
ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it headquarters are in Pensacola, visited FORi W EN.
has relieved and the lives of their lit- Apalachicola on Saturday, returning ----
tie ones it has saved. Strikes at the Tuesday. V s a
root of the trouble and draws out the + + + ii
inflammation. The children's favorite Corn-huskers' sprained wrists, barb- ME W If you have anything to sell take it to
cough cure. All druggists. ed-wire cuts, burns, bruises, severe Wells. He will buy it. tf.
S4 44 lacerations and external injuries of
Mr. W, W. Dickey, of Bradfordville, any kind are romnptly and happily
arrived in town Monday. He is a pu- cured by applying BALLARD'S SNOW u em Cotton Seed0 a l I
pil of the Florida State College, and LINIMENT. Price, 25" and 50 cents. $1.00 per sack at Levy Bro.
this is his second term. He is board- Wight & Bro.
ing at Mrs. VanBrunt's house, but will 4 4 Buy your Seeds of the Tallahassee
occupy a room at the college as soon Miss May Davis, of Mt. Pleasant, is i Drug Co.
as the boys' dormitory is completed. in town on a visit to her uncle, Mr. $ 2 0
+ + + George I. Davis. She brings her two Finest Cigars in TtilaMassee, at T. B
Remember that Hancock's Liquid brothers to the Florida State College. Byrd's, try them.
Sulphur is a guaranteed cure for all + '+ Light Fl l Sole,
blood and skin diseases. Wight & Little Curly Dently, of Monticello, a Medium Heel. r
Bro. have it. niece of Mrs. Raymond Cay, is attend- I
+ + ing school at the Leon Academy. She F o It e rD-e | g
Go to Stephen Maynard's restaurant, Is sopping with Mrs. J. W. Coles until F or Sre r Dress S
on Clinton street, where you can get Mrs. Cay returns form the North. W f9 *V _
the best fish and oysters served in all 4+ + 4_ JJ
styles while you wait. --ot meals at When you cannot sleep for cough- RqB to r4
all hours. 32-4t ing, it is hardly necessary that any d O1 rts
+ + + one should tell you that you need a ". '
Mrs. Emma Whitaker and Miss Bes- few doses of Chamberlain's Cough |m !
sie Bradford returned to this city Remedy to allay the irritation of the 0 .* MogInNl4|| s I l
from St. Teresa on Monday. They throat and make sleep possible. It is 2 '
have been spending the summer at good. Try it. For sale by Wight & Sick l Hadacm
their pleasant home there. Bro. and all medicine dealers. bane of w.oen. W t i wanted
+ + + t noirelief alone, butr f and cure. Ja I am a i
Kodol Dyspepsa Cure is not a mere Mrs. Annie Roberts, wHo spent the Fr no o ,Dt f il. .
stimulant to tire nature. It affords summer months with relatives and sk, loea rdc s yspefr l wi cure im --- S
the stomach complete and absolute friends in Wakulia, is back at her sickhemadch ri allt. i -- makes
rest by digesting the food you eat. dress making establishment upstairs m a -
ou don't have to diet, but can enjoy in the Mrs Jessie Meginniss building I MONEY. S
all the good food you want. Kodol on McCarty street. T on sat..factor. W I
Dyspepsia Cure instantly relieves that + + W.McGriff a
distressed feeling atter eating, giving We have just received a full line of Mc
you new life and vigor. All druggists, gentlemen's coin purses, bill boors, B G oos I _ar u Sd
banker's cases, etc. Our Bakery Goods areup rto dite. [ .__
Col. John S. Winthrop and Messrs. The Tallahassee Drug Co. Call and -e the ood thin a turned out
Frank and Guy Winthrop, who have +4 + every day a+ T. B yrd's. .g
been visiting at Blue Ridge Springs, D,,' Sanitarium I have the finest and .I t herd ofS
Va., and Buffalo, N. Y., returned to Mi ss DBake' Sai 0 ailLLU, I have the finest and largest herd of _. C r, t 0 _
their home in this city on Aonday, the Next door north of Leon Hotel. open Jersey cattle in Florida. 4f you don't Fi e "
30th. all the year Graduate nurses. For pir- believe it come and see. S. Wells.
+ + + ticular+plyto & we S
The Misses Johnson entertained on Miss SALLIE E. BLAKE. Prop'r, WHAT'S YOUR FAC WORTH? C
Wednesday, the 25th, in honor of their Gm Tallthassee. Fla. Sometimes a fortune, Out never if ca = Pe
guests, Miss Vinson and Miss Wade. you have a sallow completion, a jaun- ID .
Only a few were present, on account diced look, moth patches *md blotches 6 I
of the severe rainy weather. THE WORLD'S GREATES FEVER on the skin-all signs of river trouble. *
SMEDICINE: But Dr. Kings New UI Pills give J
Mrs. Howe, of 'i nomasville, has ar- Johnson's Tonic does in a dawh clear skin, rosy cheeks, rch complex- FU 2 CB
rived in town. She comes to take Johnslow Quinine cannot does in a day what ion. Only 25 cents at all druggists.
charge as matron of the dormitories slow Quidne cannot do in i ten days. s t
at the Florida State College, which splendid cures are in striking contrast
will be completed ready for occupancy with the feebl e cures made by Quinine.
some time next week. If you are utterly -wretched, take a KEM PR STABLES
some time next week. thorough course of Johnson's Tonic and
B... e a .pet .d o drive.out every trace of Malarial poison-
T. B. Rice, a prominent druggist of The wise insure their lives and the
Greensboro, Ga., writes as follows: wing. Other insur their health b usn John- the
"I have handled Dr. Pitt's Carmina- .on Chill and Fever Tonic. It costs 50 The undersignel, having assumed charge of the Kemper
tive for eighL years, and have never cents i'f it cur;not one cent if it does
known of a singleinstance where it it cures; not one cent i it does tables, solicits the atronawe of his friends and the public
failed to give perfect satisfaction. Par- henlera.ll"
ties who once use it always make per- g e J" t
manent customers. We sell more of The Washington Life, .
this article than all the other Carmin- .S I IHk ,
atives soothing syrups and colic drops It the oldest and best Insurance Com- FiI I c k wii
combined." For teething children it pany. One dollar a week will secure
has no equal. the best 20-year payment policy. Fif-
+ + ty cents will secure ordinary life 20 F i llcy I ur ioUts
Mr. V. F. Balkcom is putting steps payment, non-perfectable. your money D-
to the great stone in front of the and 6 per cent back if you live, and full AND--
drug store. It will be a great conven- lace value if you die. For particulars
ience, as the sidewalk is nearly two call on J. C. TRICE. Courteous Attentin Combined with Liberal Treatment
feet above the road at this point Will be our ci upon the for
+ + + Will be our c.almrupon the pubic for patronage.
Mr. J. W. Sherrill, representing the just -eceiv.a Careful attention given to winter visitors and hunt.
new Fox typewriter, called at the office --.' in parties
of the Tallahasseean Monday after- o cm-lee line of bris- rtes.
noon lasL. He is in town in the inter- _,ptlo. r-
eats of his company, Benjamin & tle goods, such as Tooth R i. J. BANNiERilAN
Owen, of Tampa, Fla. ., Bruhaes,. Hair Brushes, A r a-n e=G.
h a ,+ id ig Nail and Shaving Brushes, 2 .- --& ________'
SI ha tong suffered front indige- Combe, etc. Call by and "__ _
Mo. "Llke others I tried many prep- sko see them, at .R eal state Aen c
arations but never found any thing V. F. BALKCOM'S DRUG STORE. -. R st t -.-vc jy
that did me good until I took Kodol A TA WA" -1u-, FLORDk
Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle cured me. +A T.I It rIA gl gt;. LR ID i
A friend who had suffered similarly, Money to loan. Geo. W. Walker,
I put on the use of Kodol Dyspel a Oce in Ames Building. 3m 200,000 acres of bered Land for sale in Middle, East and Wg
be able to work Before he uaed Ko- Wells will trade you a fresh cow for Flo da tracts from a quarter section to fifteen thousmand acM
dol Dyspepsia cure indigestion had your dry cow. at reaonable.prices; s aeording to timber, location, etc. him a total wreck. All dealers. Also desinble city Ad saburmalm Residenoce and Rnldidg Lota in d
ite TT t C omJ (lm^ioner.C O Can get you up anything in the Cake around Tallahamaee, the t picturesque and attractively located city in the
t Huiges tate ictscit wr onshortnice,atT.B. Byrd tate, with bright of proved business conditions.
Sday after a pleasant and a ble Wells will sel, trade or rent you. Alo improved F in Leon and adjoining counties, suitable for l-
vacation of several weeks, which he el J.cow. tivation, Stock Raising Dairyng.
Spent in visiting Buffalo, Toronto, e Jersey cow... One of the most Iefthis claMss is a tract of 800 aresa th
New York city, Boston and several -i 'e Tal*se Drag Co. finet Farming Land inen Counmty, the garden spot of Middle Florida,
other points. we u A full line of adruaggists' sundries at and for health, fert i aoene atnsurptsted by any s otion i
Mrs. L. K. Bannerman, wife of our The Tallahassee Drug Co. the South. Rspecin' n is caell to this tract which will be sold so



1 *

r. OuTnAY OCTOBER 4. 1901.


Potcl Gossip Abolt bsh.


The President and Protective Asso-
c&tim Playing at Cross Purposes.

Washington, Sept. 28.-It is becom-
ing more and more evident every day
that there will be a Lat.le royal in the
Republican party in Congress this win-
ter on th<. subject of reciprocal trade
arrangen'pnts with foreign nations. Mr.
Roosevelt has declared in favor of
these, and the American Protective As-
sociation-which practically controls
'the destinies of all eastern Congress-
men-has declared against them. Is-
sue will soon be joined; indeed, it is
already asserted that Mr. Roosevelt
is weakening. Such would not be ex-
pected front a study of his record in
the past, but it is worth while to re-
member that when he declared so un-
reservedly for the. treaties he had not
felt the force of the opposition. The
Tariff Association did not consIder that
he, as Vice-President, would have any-
thing to do with the decision of the
question, except in the highly improb-
able case that the Senate should be a
tie, ana had taken no steps to influence
him. Now that he has so suddenly
-been elevated to so powerful a posi-
tion, the Asociation is moving heave,
and earth to convince him of the in-
advisability of taking any action.
"Wait awhile," they say, "and study
the situation. President McKinley's
declarations on the subject were not
positive, but only tentative, and he
was open to argument from our side.
Do you be the same. Besides," tney
add, "it would be such a pity to an-
tagonize those who would hold the
strings of the purses that supply the
Republican campaign funds-funds
that will be so necessary in 1904." The
question may thus resolve itself into
whether Mr. Roosevelt intends to be
a candidate three years hence; if he
does the chances are tuat he will be
very chary in pushing reciprocity.
Chairman Wilson is trying to ex-
plain away his fruit bounty giving
proposition, but is finding great trouble
To put the brake .-on the wagon go-
ing down the hill is a help to. the
horse, when the wagon is heavily
loaded. But w-at driver woulo think
of applying the brake to the loaded
wagon 'going up hill? If he did 'his
sensible horses would probably balk.
Many a man is in the condition^ of
pulling a load up hill with the brakes
set against him. When his stomach
is out of order, and the allied organs
of digestion and nutrition impaired in
their functions, a friction is set up
which has to be overcome in addition
to the preformance of daily duties. A
foul stomach makes a foggy brain,
and the man with a disordered stom-
ach has often to grope his way through
the day's business like a nmtn in a
fog. He forgets appointments. Prob-
lems seem presented to his mind
"wrong end to." This condition is en-
tirely remedied by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
puts the stomach and digestive and
nutritive system into a condition of
perfect health, and gives a clear brain,
a steady hand and a light step for the
day's duties. When constipation clogs
the channels of the body, Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets will work an effectual
cure of that disastrous disease.

still maintain their fealty to him, and
will support him when tke national
convention meets. If, on the contrary,
Mr. Roosevelt pats in hs own men,
they will favor him. An almost iden-
tically similar situation exists in re-
gard to New -York, where Senator
Platt, who has always been understood
to be Roosevelt's enemy, has dictated
the disposition of the offices. Will he
be allowed to retain this control and
use it to antagonize Roosevelt in 1904,
or will the new President build up a
machine of his own there? To those
who understand the great power exer-
cised by the Fe.eral officeholders, the
question is a most interesting one..
Having allowed the stable door to
stand open until after the horse was
stolen, Secretary Gage wil now pro-
ceed to recommend to Congress to put
a splendid new time lock on it. In
other words, he will ask that he be
given power to run down anarchists.
He will also ask that he be specifically
authorized to take steps to exclude and
deport known anarchists.' Just why
the Secretary wants additional law is
a question, as it is admitted at the De-
parment that he posessses already
power to exclude anarchists, just as he
now excludes women brought for im-
moral purposes, persons suffering from
contagious diseases, paupers, and so
.- $100 REWARD $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con-
stitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting di-
rectly upon the blood and mucous sur-
faces of the system, thereby destroy-
ing the foundation of the disease, and
giving the patient strength by build-
ing up the constitution and assisting
nature doing its work. The proprie-
tors have so much faith in -.s curative
powers, that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address, F, J. CHENEY & CO., To-
ledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills-are the best.
on. The sole reason thus far given
for not maing a regulation that would
cover the case of anarchists is the
difficulty of proving them po be such.
This, however, is no excuse at all, as
it is equally difficult to prove the gov-
ernment's case in regard to any of the
other objectionable classes. In regard
to the Secret Service, its powers might
well be enlarged; at present they ex-
tend only. to counterfeiting and any-
thing else done by it is in reality en-
tirely outside of the law that created
What may be expected from army
officers when they get control of pub-
lic asemblages is shown with startling
vividness by the investigation that has
been held into the proceedings at the
capitol here during the obsequies of
President McKinley. A good deal has
been published concerning the dis-
graceful crush outside the entrance,
bdit very little concerning even more
disgraceful scenes inside. These nat-
urally fall under two heads; first, the
exclusion of Congressmen and their
families from seats in favor of small
fry officers of the army and navy; and
second, the exclusion of many people
who. had waited in line for hours to
see the President in order to allow
time for Randolph, the army officer in
charge, to pose before the catafalque
for a number of flash light pictures.
The trouble came from the fact that
the War Department illegally took
charge of the proceedings, instead of
the Capitol police, who had always
controlled everything inside that build-
ing. The soldiers placed on guard
even tried to exclude their families
-and those of the Supreme Court from
seats in the rotunda, which dozens of

in so doing. The arrangement, as will junior army officers occupied
be remembered, is one whereby the
government takes all the risks on ship- /or Over Fiftv tears.
ments of fruit to Europe and gives all r thin p
the resulting profit to the shippers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
Thus, it practically amounts to. a been uoed for over fif years by while
partnership in which one member of teething,withperfectsuccess. Itsoothees
the firm may lose but cannot make any the child, softens the gums, allays all
profit. One is reminded of the old te hid o t g as all
profit. One is reminded of the old pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
story of the dissolution of partnership remedy for diarrhea. It will relieve
between Tom Jones and Bill Smith, the poor little sufferer immediately.
in which the former anonunced that Soldbydruggists in every of the
"all who owe the firm will settle with world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be
me. Those whom the firm owes will ure and ask for ''Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
apply to Bill Smith." Nevertheless, .ng Syrup," and take no other kind.
Secretary Wilson denies "in absolute
and unqualified terms that the agree-
ment can be considered in the nature ANOTHER CHAIRES RAPE CASE.
of a bounty." He does not explain Chaires seems to be getting for it-
why it is anything else, but simply de-
nies and lets it go at that-which, after self a bad name of late. Not long since
all, is about the wisest thing he could we noticed in our columns the assault
do in such a case of George Pelite upon one Maggie
The fate of Federal office holders, Williams, both of the same township,
especially in the South, is exciting a and anoth itted
good deal of interest in this city now- and now comes another committed
adays, one essential question being about the same time by another ne-
whether Mr. Roosevelt will continue gro, whose name was Newton Harris,
in South Carolina and other States upon a young girl about sixteen years
the efforts begun by President McKin- of age named Liddy Cotton.
ley to build up a white Republican HarrisandLiddy were working to-
party apd throw, overboard the old,. gether in the same field picking cot-
scandalous Republican black and tan ton, when the act was committed. All
combination. Another question, even the other hands had left the field, and
more important, concerns the future of the two were alone, with no one near.
Senator Hanna. It is well known forJust how the affair began which end-
the last year or two, practically every ed in the assault and committing of
appointment in the South was made the at will be developed in the course
only with his approval, and that he of the trial in December. The as-
had thus built up for himself a most sault was kept quiet for a time, but
powerful machine on-which he relied finally leaked out through the girl,
to secure his nomination in 1904-this who at length accused Harris openly
despite his assertions that it was fool- which led to his arrest. The time was
ishness to talk of him for President. the 27th of August, and it was nearly
Now the question is, whether these a month before Harris was hunted up
men, who owe their. allegiance to the and arrested. Harris was a turpen-
Ohio man, will be reappointed as their ine hand in the employ of Messrs. J.
terms expire. If they are, they will S. Fleming & Sons, of Chaires. Liddy
consider that Hanna saved them, will worked and g ved on the nanttion of
wrrked andi lived on the plantation of


of Mr. Hill Chalres.
Harris made no attempt at escape or

vv 4L~ .M.


Seen by a Topeka Woman at the Buf-
falo Exposition.
(Written for Children's Corner.)
An exposition is a great educator,
the one at Buffalo this summer being
no exception. As many of our Tope-
ka friends will not be able to visit it,
perhaps they would like a little
glimpse through another's eyes of this
exhibition by North and South Amer-
It is a bright morning, with a breeze
fresh off Lake t'rie. We will choose.
the Lincoln Parkway entrance, for,
though a little further from the build-
ings, the beautiful view of grounds,
waterways and approach to Esplanade
fully repays for the lengthened walk.
Passing through the broad approach
with its trees, staLuary and waving
banners, we cross a waterway. On
onr right are the foreign and States
buildings. As it is a general verdict
that Uncle Sam never arranged a more
interesting or complete exhibit, let us
visit the government building. Enter-
ing this imposing structure with its
massive dome of blue, we turn to the
right where we find the postal dis-
play. Life size wax figures dressed
in the uniforms of our postmen and
that of other nations look so natural
one is tempted to reach for the letter
extended in the waxen fingers. Quite
in contrast are the fur draped mail
carriers of the North, with dogs and
sleds, and those of the Philippines and
Cuba, in cool costume of white. An
amusing picture is nicknamed "fast
mail"-a tall pine tree supporting a
sleeping negro, the remains of a large
watermelon and nearby a grazing mule
with mail bags sadly awry tell the tale
of belated letters. Tne fine collection
of stamps in this exhibit was robbed
of some of its most valued specimens.
the case being broken open at night.
Our "Dead Letter" police can always
supply an interesting exhibit; such a
medley can "scarcely be found else-
where; in this one we notice many
curios sent from far away lands, per-
haps by our soldier boys.
"Owney," the postal dog, is here,
too; he is stuffed, for his journeys are
over. The story of travels in postal
cars anu ma-. wagons is told by a
bushel or more checks, showing the
places visited and routes traveled: he
knew and loved the postal clerks and
was known by hundreds of them.
Across the aisle, and on a platform
representing t.-e deck of a steamer,
we see a group of fine loosung men, in
the uniforms of our navy, from Ad-
miral Dewey down to the sailor boy.
At a little distance it is hard to be-
lieve they are only wax representa-
Beautiful little models of the prin-
cipal ships of our navy are attractive
to the boys and girls who followed
with such deep interest the movements
of our navy during ..e late war. Near-
by is a corner fitted up as a hospital
ship, showing the care our sick and
wounded marines can -ave. We are
also shown a complete equipment for
an army hospital.
A terrible instrument of war is a
siege gun. The original of a mode.
shown here weighs over sixty-two
tons, one charge of this gun costs $600
and requiring 245 pounds of powder.
An interesting stand of arms of many
kinds from the old flint lock to the
modern U. S. Morlock is shown. All
the guards in this building are sol-
diers, some with the scars of battle.
Their polite attention and intelligent
answers to all questions add to the
pleasure of our visit.
The models of a quarantine station
is of interest to inland children, "just
like uoll's play houses," says one
small maiden.
Hearing the clatter of machinery,
we are attracted to the mint machines.
We see metal go in and the bright
coins come out; not real money, of
course, but souvenirs of the exposi-
tion. Nearby we watch the printing
of steel plate notes. We take one of
the weather charts and look to see it
rain has come to the West yet.
The fine exhibit of lighthouse
equipment, revolving, flashing lan-
terns of great power, fog bell with
ringing equipment, is next in our path:
We have now reached the glass cases
containing the life-sized figures rep-
resenting types of the aborigines of
the Americans, each group showing
the peculiarLy of dress, occupation,
utensils, etc.
Exhibits of our government schools
were interesting, Hawaii especially so.
It included composition, drawing and

sewing, in addition to usual school
work, also some beautiful "Lauhala"
fiber in various designs.
Some of us remember our Fall Fes-
tiyal Queen in Topeka, some years
since who came from her island home
on Hilo. So we noticed specially the
exhibit of the "Hilo Union School,"
the sewing, darning and fancy work
by eight- or ten year old girls was
most creditable. A book of compo-
sitions contained stories of the "Pil-
grims," "Christmas" and many other
subjects. These were not only' beau-
tifully written, but were illustrated by
small pencil pictures, the book bore
the name of a ten-year-old Jananese
girl in Hilo school.
Among the exhibits from Indian
schools we see a finely finished mini-
ature wagon and an elaborately trim-
med military coat made by the boys
at Haskell Institute. This, with Gen.
Funston's sword in Tiffany's display,
is all we have found from Kansas.

um W-- Pa! V wh-

Does not mah the u _t7eMdis
ghe ife, the vital fAce of the body. So
It not ifreque"ty pens that the man
who looks to be aopte f physical
strength falls a mden victim to disease.
A proper care for
the blood would
prevent many a ='
serious sickness.
The cleaning of L R
the blood p- "
fectly acc-- 1 v
ed by the use of
Dr. Pierce's Gold-
en Medical Discov-
ery. It drives out
the impurities and
poisonous sub-
$tances which cor-
rupt the blood and
breed disease. It
increases the ac-
tivity of the blood-
making glands,
and so increases
the supply of pure
blood. It builds
up the entire body
with good sound
There is no al- A
cool in "Golden
Medical Discov-
ery" and it is en-
tirely free from opium, cocaine and all
other narcotics.
The dealer who offers a substitute for
the Discovery" does stoto ain the lit-
tle more profit paid by inferior medi-
cines. There is no'.hin. "just as ood "
for the blood as "Golden Medical Dis-
covery" therefore accept no substitute.
"I took five bottles of' Gl1den Melical Discov-
cry' for my blood," writes Mr. William D. Shamnb-
lin, of Remy, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.
"I had "ring worms' on me and I would burn
them off and they would come right back, and
they were on me when I commenced using -Gold-
en Medical Discovery,' and they went away and
I haven't been bothered any more."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con-

But there are some fine photographs
of the Twentieth Regiment On the
collection we noticed more pictures of
Kansas boys than of other States.
Looking at a photograph of the Bag
Bag river with Funston and his men
on one side, our soldier guide remark-
ed: "that's where Funston got his set
up," added "we're all proud of that
The "Demonstrator" has started his
wireless telegraph instruments, and
joining the group about the table we
see the "sender" and soon the "re-
ceiver" begins writing in Morse lan-
guage the message separation of
twenty miles is the limit, but larger
ones can talk sixty miles.
There is much more to be seen, but
it is after 11 o'clock and the open air
concert will soon be over. We will
find a seat and rest while listening to
this fine band, the First Artillery of
Mexico. There are six-y members,
and their music is delightful. We not-
ice they always stand while playing.
To-day there is a feast of band music,
for beside the Mexican there is a con-
cert by Sousa and by the Seventy-
fourth N. Y. Regiment and two by the
Sixty-fifth N. Y.
On our way to lunch we can see the
"Guard Mount" on Esplanade at 12.30.
A military band Lurnishes the music.
The fresh guards meet and after
short drill go to tneir stations in
Lunch over, we can rest in a grassy
nook near the New York State build-
ing. We are by the water, and can
watch the steam launches and gon-
dolas glide by.
Across the road a building quite like
a comfortable country home with
roomy verandas, awnings and wide
windows is the Women's Building. \. e
find the rooms large and artistically
Returning to the government dis-
play, we pass the rose garden. Just
now the "Crimson Rambler" is in its
glory. We stroll slowly through the
Great consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lexing-
ton, Ky., when they saw he was turn-
ing yellow. His skin slowly changed
color, also his eyes, and he suffered
terribly. His malady was yellow jaun-
dice. He was treated by the best doc-
tors, but without benefit Then he
was advised to try Electric Bikers,
the wonderful stomach and liver rem-

edy, and he writes: "After taking two
bottles I was wholly cured." A trial
proves' its matchless merit for all
stomach, liver and kidney troubles.
Only 25c. Sold by asi druggists.

grounds and soon reach the Fisheries'
exhibit. The building is circular.
Aquariums following the wall have a
background of rocks and shells, and it
is a pleasure to watch the fish in their
play among them and the water
plants. The good arrangement of
lights show every movement and bril-
liant coloring of these finny friends.
The large sturgeon. and small seal in
the central tank come in for their
share of attention, as do also the

"moving picture" inachines. A spawn-
ing station in mimature, where the
eggs are hatc-ed and the little fish
cared for is very interesting. As an
organ recital is on our program let us
hasten to the Temple of Music. Com-
fortable seats and a subdued light af-
ford rest from fatigues of sight-seeing.
Harrison Wild, of Chicago, is organ-
ist to-day. The "tired" fairly rolls
away from one as we listen with clos-
ed eyes to the king of instruments
under a master hand. The audience
is also delighted with two trombone
solos, with organ accompaniment, by
Arthur Pryor, one of Sousa's artists.
The building is large and well pro-
portioned ana the daily free concerts
by musicians of note from all over the
country are very popular. The pro-
V-m 0na --o % ------ -4-&,.

sale, at
sale an

- -a-

Happiness depends very
the condition of the liver a
The ills of life make bul
pression on those whose
good. You can regulate yoi
kidneys with HERBINE
health and buoyancy of spi
50 cents. All druggists.

A fire broke out in the
last Monday night, about
o'clock, which for a til
quite a fear that there
serious conflagration. It
uncertain as to the origin
the fire began from the
whether a defective flue;
cause The fire speedily bi
the roof, not the chimney
soon as it was seen, it was
tinguished. The factory b
from town, it was decide
the fire alarm from the r
cinct, which was number ,
the factory itself was with
trict. The flames were sub
the department arrived on t
This did not hinder the cot
supplying their usual cust
ice the next morning. T
was one which could be re
faw, ih%1.-O 4

nuch upon
id kidneys.
little im-
igestion is
liver and
nd enjoy
its. Price

ice factory
alf-past 9
e created
would be a
kas a little
,. whether
engine or
was the
lke out on
where, as
quickly ex-
ing so far
to sound
rarest pre-
, although
ut the dis-
rued before
)e grounds.
pany from
imers with
e damage
aired in a

retw hours. I
Farmers provide yourself .with Pain-
Killer at this season of the year, when
colic, cholera morbus, dyrantery, di-
arrhoea, etc., may disable #our hands
-use it in every case of the kind, but
be sure that you trust to no other
remedy but the old, long tried Perry
Davis' Pain-Killer which u*ever failed.
Avoid substitutes, there is but one
Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25c.
and 5c.

Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.), the
famous Southern blood purflier, quick-
ly cures cancer, blood poisci, pimples,
boils, carbuncles, ulcers, eating sores,
scrofula, eczema, aching oes, Joints
or bak, rheumatism, caah and all
blood and skin troubles. B. B. heals
every sore and makes the lood pure
and ch. B. B. B. the finest blood
purify ir made. Druggists, $1. Trial
trea tent free by writing Blood Balm
Co., ktlanta, Ga.

. m ~ ~

while ferns, palms and faS
aid to beauty and comfort. At them
Topeka headquarters can M een To-
peka daily papers. the inter-
esting sights In this is a
model of the great house NlagrS,
where the harness is to that
swift river and 50,000 ho power
transmitted to this city, enty-two
miles distant Here it runs great lines
of cars, furnishes power 11g-.. for
the. city and exposition, d this is
only a fraction of what might be
utilized from that mighty r~er.
A perfect summer evenjag is set-
tling on the Rainbow City. We watch
the shadows as the sun's- rays sink
lower and lower. Now soe statuary
or turret catches the light.; The soft
cascade falling from the el tric light
tower is turned to a rose lor. God's
creation and man's work m blend-
ed in splash of fountain, rfume of
flowers, twittering of bir and the
beauties of architecture.
Finding seats in the Es anade we
face the electric tower, ring nearly
four hundred feet high. tween us
and the tower are numero cascades
and fountains, tinted by co red lights
beneath the surface. Li ts appear
on band stand. and the "M ch King'"
as Sousa is called, steps u before his
band, a wave of the baton and sweet 1
music hushes the multitude The few
lights grow dimmer-they ire gone-
the music ceases, but onl a pause,
and the band begins vry softly,
"Nearer, My God, to The." It is
heavenly. As the volum, of music
sweels, a rosy glow comes -om every-
where, brighter and more brilliant it
glows, until all is abl e. Lines,
arches, crescents, stars an crowns ot
light, outlining buildings, t rrets, pin-
nacles, crowning and beji(veling the
great tower with thousand&: of gleam-
ing lights. Is it fairy land? We never
even dreamed of anything s beautiful
this side Lne heavenly ci and we
care tor no other impreiion with
which to close our day at The Buffalo
exposition. MRS. W. Al COATS.

"One day last winter a lady came to
my drug store and asked >r a brand
of cough medicine that I d not have
in stock" says Mr. C. R. (andin, the.
popular druggist of Ontio, N. Y.
"She was disappointed and wanted to
know what cough preparatin I could
recommend. I said to Ier that 1
could freely recommend Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and that she could
take a bottle of the remedy and after
giving it a fair trial if she did no. -nd
it worth the money to bri46 back the
bottle and I would refund- the price
paid. In the course of a day or two
the lady came back in com ny with a
friend in need of cough m licine and
advised her to buy a bottle f Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy. *I cons.-er
that a very good recomme datiofi for
the remedy. It is for sale i Wight &
Bro. and all medicine dea rs.


23 $5,000 DEPOSIT
200 FREE
Scholarships offered
Vrithe quick to
es r s t lee0 0 ma Nerve M.
No one need suffer with neuralgia. Th
disease is quickly and permanently eurec
Brown' Iron Bitters. Every disease o
blood, nerves and stomach, chror.L*
or otherwise, succumbs to Browns' Iron
Bitters. Known and used for nearly a
quarter of a century, it stands to-day fore.
' among our mOat valued remedies.
WBmIron BIem issold by all deal.

$15.00 to $18.00 a Week
salary for an Intenllnst man or woman in each
own. Permanent position. 30 cents per hour
tor spare time. Manufacturer, Box 78, Phila-
delphia. -9-.41

E is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at pbli auction 0
JNDAY, the 7th day of 0etaber. 1901. before the Court Hous door, during legal hoursOf
alahaete, In uthe county of Leon, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay t
I y a moundver t due for es herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of suck

S'wner. Description.

AlfrediA.Andrews ....................T. C. Lots and ,N.A............. ....
Nannie D. Janett........................Sub.diviaion Numbers 4, 5,6 and 7 of T. C.
LotA&.W. 4..1



Catmrr has become i sch a co mMa
disease that a person entirely free from
this disgusting complaint is seldom met
with. It is customary to of Catarh
as nothing more ro a tha a bad co
a simple inflammation of the nose and
throat. It is, infact, a complicated and
very dangerous disease; if not at first, i
very soon becomes. so.
The blood is quickly contaminated by
the foul secretions, and the poison through
the general circulation is carried to an
parts of the system.
Salves, washes and sprays are unsatis.
factory and disappointing, because they dc
not reach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S.
does. It cleanses the blood of the poison
and eliminates from the system all catar-
rhal secretions, and thus cures thoroughly
and permanently the worst cases.
Mr. T. A. Williams, a leading dry-goods Mer.
chant of Spartanburg, S. C., writes: For ytM4
1 hbd a severe case of
Shasai Catarrh, with all
txe disagreeable effects
which belong to that
make life painful and
a.'ndnrable. I used
medicines prescribed by
keading phvsician-; and
szggeted by numbnrs
of friends, but without
getting any better. I g .
then began totake S.S. t
S. It had the desired .
effect, a n d curei d me S
after, taking eighteen
bottles. In my opinion S. S. S. is the only medi-
clue now in use that will effect a permuauentcure
of Catarrh."
is the only purely veg.
etable blood purifier
known, and the great.
est of all blood media.
ascines and tonics.
If you have Catarrh don't wait until it
becomes deep-seated and chronic, but be-
n at once the use of S. S. S.. and send
or our book on Blood and Skin Diseases
and write our physicians about your case.

Early Silk Weavers.
Among the encouragements offered to
silk weavers during the first century of
the existence of this industry in Lyons
was exemption from military service!
and taxation. So rapid was its devel-
opment that in 165)0 the weavers numn-
bered 18,000, or 60,000 with affiliated

A ;: sai'J that posts planted in the;
earth upper end down will last longer
than those which are set in the natural
position in which the tree grew.

It is sometimes easier to step into
another man's shoes than it is to walk
in them.-Chicago News.
In anaemia and most women's ail-
ments the digestion is weak. the mak-
ing of color, flesh and strength out of
food, is imperfect, so that the pa-
tient is weak, wan, nervous and dys-
peptic. This condition can be corrected
by taking a course of HERBINE.
Price, 50 cents. All druggists.

T. 5. E. Railroad
Wi .1 run a passeneer train every day in the
week except Sunday.
Schedule effective April 1, 1901.
Read down. Read up.
4 00 pIXm. i Lv.... Wacissa....Ar. a. m. 9:18
5:15 p. in. jAr..Tallahassee...Lv. a. m. 8 00
%Bell Air Crossing)
Tickets will be for sale at Dr. Lewis' Drug
Store. Thomas City. and at the train twenty
minutes before leaving.
For information as to freight or express. apply
to Dr. Lewis, agent, or Capt. Thomins, conldue-
tor at train.
Hack will meet train at Bell Air -' a ing. and
returning leave Tallahassee in tim .neet train
or Thomas City.

Are wenfny used by ovr
S10,000 Ladies; are prepared by i
^ told and experienced physician.
o Ck'. ku T*Is, asrthey
^ the only afeandreliable monthly
mdik known. Price, $1. By mail,5.0. Scnd
ps |ale for Free Sample and fall
Addrs The Cook Compan y
253oom 3,No. Woodward Ave., Detroa, Mi.
For sale by Wight& Bro. Tallahassee
Fla. lv




HE SLEPT IN SECURITY.'. "Just remealber the angel are-ar n0msL. s THU HOME GoLD CUR. havl rsr *"|U
"u" aM carBngorteryou,.rephisd mum- A petty stor y tw Jo sk-keht sto- lo-sfe .o ie -b
* -'-We a -i sleL W e. s mn from the oter room. r t ormed is wfe of joy ~ly Chle f g thwt his An Treatment by Whh& their nowlege la te or
'w-eaK-. Blt mamma," he objected, "I alt tl ews at his lecton as m ter of ne are Be Cred m b e ttht-t
There s a bo n aqualtedwith any aels, and Id be Cfor t 1&0. The balloting of the absurd form ame.' he writes "Is l Spite of Themselves. dr l heir DO
,hoetts avenue whole of the bleed cared of them it they came rustling 4 tes took place in San Josa, and th hal Nark o S veia er -NOT WAT. Do nmt g p-
Ftrot His pr4nsther was In both round, same as I would of any ethar Mrs. Premont was at Monterey, and ts WttSe by l so tthr pen and its N s. No eoxors DoAes. No Weakening of pr njthid)f0
e Mexican and dWl war alnd hia t. stranger." a season of heavy rains was on there ea tloa c ten lrot *d4toon an t a Nervee. A Pleaant and PNo&- Ntime. The "O GOLD C
er was also a soldle, conequs "Now, Harold, you must go to sleep was but little project that her keen ss to comle journiml even. ala, e Cure for the Liquor Habit. a atte yow
te little fellow has heard much "-lag quietly. Nothing will hurt you." desire to know the result would find to the pages of our chief hummoits one dollar, thus plag withi the
lk n his short life and has exalted "Can't I have the gas lighted nto immediate gratification. Before a blas- pelodlcaL In the north of England *I i now generally known and reath of everybody a treatment more
ess of its protective qualities. He here?" ag fire that night sat Fremont's wife, Mo certanly occurs: tn Scottish d that Drness. Mno is a dis- u than others coetmng to
was the baby of the family till very re. "No; mamma doesn't think it neces- her fingers for the first time fashioning speech never. In ott and 8tevenso andnot weakness. A body filled ll directions accompany each
etly and occupied a crib bed in his scary, and it Is not healthy." a dress for herself on the Laltwofthy one may look for it In vain. The poiso and nerves comply Specal advice by tilled
mother's room. When the new baby There was silence for some time, and outlines of one that had beenrippedup broad, sOt vt loiatlou of the word by periodical or coat when requested
me Harold was put to sleep n then the small voice piped up again for the purpose. Her little daughter a dt ll om ewhe of toeeb liquors, requires an Sent prepaid to part
room adjoining his mother's, and as he "Oh. mamma!- had been put to bed, and her compan- twee "mann' and *mann. but as it era ting thi poison, and destroy- Ad ept. C740, EDWIN L
aid never slept alone before his sma "Yes, dear." onsfor theevening were the Austr- be literlly symbolized the the erng fort n But-, and Market
soul was filled with nameless fears "May I have grandpa's flag?" lan woman wno had replaced her two word should be spelt In dialect pa s may now care themselves at yPhadelphia.
Which he was too proud to tell in full "Why, what for? I want you to go Indian servitors and her baby playing sages mply as in English." .A9 without publicity or lose of time correspondence strictly conlden-
"It's mighty lonesome in here, manm. right to sleep." on the bearskin rug near the fire. rok business by this wonder oy
s," he called the first night after be "Please. mamma!" and a small night- Besides the voice of the woman and "Aer'se a y. ME GOLD CUeE," which hass
ad been tucked in his lttle white bed. gowned figure appeared atthe door. an occasional chrrup from the baby he'sated isn't s w after many ye br
"Just let me stick the flag up at the she heard nothing but the storm with- ean pa as being that way.when sh ab e The faithful use according to HI Mtake.
head of my bed, and then I'll go right out till the door opened and a man, meepas any one who anFenhe i ons of this wonderful discovery
to sleep. Indeed I will! You know the dripping with rain, stood on the thresh- meets any one who can Fench i itively guaranteed to cure the "How lovers are given to treats of
other night grandpa said at the meet- old and asked in consideration of his and not German, she can speak Ger m obstinate case, no matter how t !"
tung that 'under the protecting folds of sorry plight if he might enter. It was man sea Gd weran andhe meets ay one whoa drinker. Our records sho u-w the hat's the case in point
the flag the weakest would be safe,' Fremont. He had torn himself away can speak Germn arndot French she elous transformation of thou- "Here's a story were a fellow calls
and I feel mighty weak, mamma." from his Idolizing followers and ridden Can speak French."-Indianapolis Sun. of drunkards into sober, in- his girl's hair golden. and the a mpa
nyfrom his doling followers and ridden d ous and upright men. hying picture shows it's pL~ted.
He got the flag, and when his mother out into the darkness and storm to tell Carl CURE YOUR HUSBANDS! picture shows s only
p !^"looked in on him an hour later he was his wife, 70 miles away, that he had oLDR C r f s EN CURE YOUR FATHERS!gton Star.
D fast asleep, with a fat little fist under been elected to the United States sen- ThL remedy is n no sense a nostrum,
Dyspepsia C Ure his red cheek, holding fast the end ate. Though it was late in the night o urJ basis aspecic for this disease only, er
t w h you a the saddle again before dawn and on To d tht it is thoroughly soluble and the envy of his fellow boarders de-
,llis preparation contains all of .the his way back to San Jose, making in pi t to the taste, so that it can be clare I have three buttons off my yest.
'igestants and digests all kinds of all a ride of 140 miles.-Argonaut. g n in a cup of tea or coffee with- Mistress of th i House (who wai been
:od. It gives instant relief and never on the knowledge of the person tak- aching to give him a hint)--Yo will
calls to cure. It allows you to eat all At this season of the year there are e Red-nne ing it. Thousands of drunkards have probably find them in the dining oom,
the food you want. The most sensitive always many deaths, particularly The b edF lag* Dr* cua themselves with this priceless bhang.
stomachs can take It. By its use many The red button and the red flag have re dy, and as many more have been
thousands of dyspeptics have been among children, from summer com- been the emblem of labor and revolu- K idney PllS cur d and made temperate men by
tured after everything else failed. It plaint, diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera tion for more than 3.000 years. In the '
prevents formation of gas on tho stom- morbus, cramps, etc., and every one ancient world the favorite colors of the
ach, relieving all distress after eating. ought to know that a sure and speedy aristocracy were white and azure blue.
pietinguanecessary. Pleasant to take. cure can easily be obtained by taking while red tas plebeian. Minerva and cause the kidneys to work as
ItPcan' aPerry Davis' Pain-Killer in sweetened Ceres, the goddesses of labor and agri- nature intended they should.
~It c ~t hWye go" water every -half hour. It never fais, culture, were always represented as, They build up the shrunken
Avoid substitutes, there is but one culture, were always represented as They build p the shrunken
preparedonlyby E.O. DEWiTT&rCo., Chlearo Pain-Killer, Perry Davis' Price 25c. dressed in flaming red and the ban- LEADER and REPEATER
The l. bottle cuntalns 2 timesthe 50w i and 50c. ners of the Greek and Roman trade walls of the kidneys, as no SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELILS
unions were of the same color. The red known remedy has been found are used by the best shots in the country because they are so accurate,
CORRESPONDENTS- NOTES. ag nowhere in antiquity meant feroe .to do before. uniform and reliable. All the world's championships ad records have been
Ity and slaughter, but rather typified As a cure for urinary troubles won and made by Winchester shells. Shoot them and you'll shoot wel.
(From Monthly Bulletin.) the fact that all men. whether slaves nary USED BY THE BEST SHOTS, SOLD EVERYWHERE
or masters, had in their veins the same they have no equal.
ALAcII A C OUNTY-Cotton and corn are both short of an average; blood and in their nature the same hu-.
other crops doing well. A good deal of hay and fodder will be saved. manity.
BAKER C(OUNTY-The general condition of all growing crops is But in the frequent servile wars of lo, 25 50 Cents )CEAN i MA tS iil COM PANY
lost fully 25 per cent. owing to excessive rain through the month of became the emblem not oflaboduall R. L. COLLINS, (SAVANNA LINE.)
August; cotton is dropping its fruit fast; sweet potatoes are nearly revolt. At one time when the rebel. r
drowned out; field peas, peanuts and velvet beans are holding up well, lions slaves and gladiators under Spar. Druggist,
and rice and sugar cane are doing very well; corn is fully matured. tacus defeated three Roman armies the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
BRADFORD COUNTY-Corn and cotton crops are short, owing to too THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN
muh rain; as a general thing other field crops are very good, and doing Are made happy and comfortable by
well. John R. Dickey's Old Reliable Eye
BREVARD COUNTY-Season has been good, and all crops have done Water. It doesn't hurt a bit and re-/ A
well. Orange trees have made a fine, healthy growth, all the better for lieveainflammation atonce. i Don't A
the short crop of fruit; other citron trees and all other fruit trees are only safe preparation, is put up in t
doing well. red cartons sand has the name blown
in the bottle. The genuine is always S u b tl e
CALnols:> COUNTY-We are having dry weather now, which is check- enclosed in a o ed carton. Get It for
ing growth of cane. potatoes and peas; caterpillars have also made their 25cts. at Bond & Wight's drug store. "
appearance, and have greatly damaged a good many fields of cotton; I O e-
other crops generally good. i res ng t., in;' t t i lt o.l suppianty ef
CITRUS COUNTY-The general condition of all growing crops is It is related that th lar soldiersto New York, oston and the
fully up to the average of a good crop year. Hay crop is good, but were so fanatically devoted to their i .oteo Bt he B
owing to so much rain cannot be cured in the best manner. Corn is flag that it was the custom of their half the m It deceive Short Rail Rie to savannah.
ready to gather and is better matured than for several years. The generals when in battle to hurl it far o. Its m y T c via palatial express'teamhips ailing from Savannah. Three
area planted in velvet beans has been greatly increased in the last few into the enemy's ranks and so compel s f the stem To battle ships each week to New York, making close connection with
years; have plenty of rain all the year hence the fine crops. its devotees to rush forward and recot- against only oe of them i vain. New York-Boston ships, or Sound hners. i
CLAY CuwrY-Cotton has suffered rom rust and shedding of the e -Our bookletexplaionsisymp- e ket ans nh hoelsv are. pplied wth monthly a ng cteaoltes. Write for eeem
lolls, which are drying up and falling off; other crops are fair and give A and Jadse. eolfe and tWAER HeWKINS. General Aent. 224 WeBy street. JacLiovie.Fl
promise of a fair yield, though corn is not filled well, and is light even Some years ago King Edward VI, P. V_ N ew Pe e. .Norh R .ver. New Y P.ASANTS.Taffic M
on good land. then Prince of Wales, was a guest at --, --- -
DESoTo COUNTY-Conditionr are favorable for all crops and fruit, a country house in England and, pick-. G LE S -
except grape fruit, which is a short crop, owing to the overbearing of I m a oring a eoon an-A m erican Ex osio
GADSDEN COUNTY-CropI are in fair condition, and with one or two guest, noticeed this, and, sidling up, lOc.0 IeC.
exceptions will yield fair average crop. asked in a tone that was. meant to AND SC.
IHERNANDO COUNTY-Crops are fairly good, and promise good aver- p "I your royal e R. L. COLLINS, B U ALO, N. Y.,
age yields. Citrus trees growing fine. The prince glanced around. "I never Druggist, a V
HOLMES CouNrTYr-The storm of 15th August caused some damage read anything I do not feel Interested L ruggA E t, LR A p a7 1 Ne
to corn and cotton, particularly short cotton, cane, long cotton and in," he remarked. TALLAHAS5EE, FLORIDA. I y A .
potatoes all right; hay is very fine, there will be 100 per cent. more The elergyman, though, would not be ---..- -.
bay aved than ever before. The fair days of sunshine are helping cot- al. e nd n So ro I
toW. lost hundreds of pounds by betting on Th/ ii M R ail
SJACKSON COUNTY-Rust and caterpillars have cut cotton short; corn horse racing and has never won any- *BtS OFS 1 U 0 W 2
crop short also: hay cron is good, and oiner smaller crops doing well. thing?" he asked, with laiab minerals whaic

LEE COUNTY-Crops are all doing well. Fruit trees growing fine, "Wea aid the pime as he turned alway avC lad after-leCtls
-and bearing large crops of fruit; orange and guava crops fine. a very bad Judge of horseflesh." o ts cate system, a w e EXC U RSIO N A
LEON COUNTY-Cotton and corn crops are both short, with cater- their se pested in, tend to O W RE I A
pillars doing considerable damage in some localities. Smaller crops are ?. ~ co ly wreck the *ma**I '
doing well. "I saw your name in print the other rmI FlOrla
LEVY COUNTY-Crops are up to an average on high pine land, but day," said one man to another who a bm W oa Points.
hammock and flat woods lands have suffered heavily from too much was very fondf notoriety. -
.i "Where?" asked the other In a trem-s
-IADIsov CoUNTY-Upland cotton is rusting from excessive rains; or tory."-Excange. g S Double daily service. Rates from Tallahassee
long cotton also damaged by rains; caterpillars making their appear- fnwf-r WnH A
anee in bottom lands, but no material damage done yet; other crops Tewr' srecor fr0 $47s35 and $33f10

MANATEE COUNTY-Weather for last two weeks has been very hot record for usklring lamabe Is held Ti h e onlyd a r, and miver italie
and dry. Crops of all kinds in good condition. Fruit doing well, Wan street, New York.- ran Awcisos Correspondng rates from other points. Double daily
trees growing vrvice, including Sunday, via Richmond and Washington.
MARO o crop are fine, a creaend will yield full op cas- Choe S0 Ia cays h Quick schedules, latest Pullman equipment. For further
Scrop is largest by far ever grown; large acreage was plantedassure you tha rlrlNA (Teeth- No formation write
NASSAU COUNTY-The season for three weeks has been quit e dry; ing Powders) is indispensable to us, "tE B n h A 0 MaNg on eall
"t otinuance will cause a decrease in crops, Which are at present and in no single Instnee has it ever 0 E. L. Bunch, A.O. MacDonell,
9 well.proved a failure. We have tried sooth- P Gen Pas. Agent, Asst. Ga'l ParA.
ing w ell. ing medicines and everything known L COLLINS, PTrtmogth,.Va. Jacksonville, Fla.
ORANGE COUNTY-We have had an excellent season, and all crops that to us and "Oldwomen," and your A.. Barr, 1st Vice-Predent and General Manager.
lave been well cultivated are good; the prospect is good for full yields Teething Powders epre-eminently Druggist,
s pcane. a success and blessing to mothers and Druggist,
<> corn, sweet potatoes and cane. children. Yours truly, etc.
POLK COUNTY-We consider the estimate of yields of crops .. DLACY. TALLAASEE FLORIDA. belle, Tallahee & Georgia R.R-
given quite reliable, and have no doubt that each will turn out the .rrbe e, Tal
average indicated. Other crops are equally fine; fruit trees fine, and PASSENGER SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 3,1900.
crop has every appearance now of being better fruit than last y ear; the
moves are better cared for, which also improves the quality of fru "it""
PUTNAM COUNTY-Crops mentioned are the food and provision Rw.nea u
erops; rain and caterpillars have damaged both cotton and hay crops; I os
the other crops are fairly good. STATIONS
S TAYLOR CouNTYr-Cotton and corn are both short, on account of too
Much 'rain. il_ -anmo what damaged, except sweet po states.



.'-.- 7;

Mn Wpy 'I~ T(.R r rm* CTBER At'1901.




1 You Don't Find It Here Look

Don't forget that fresh oysers are
now here.

An unusually large number of the
out-of-town farmers were in town on

A large number took advantage of
the cheap rath excursion to Apalach-
icola, which left on Saturday night.

Our readers will notice by the date
on the outside of our paper that the
publication day of the Tallahasseean
bas been changed to Friday.

Your orders -will receive prompt at-
tention at

The Southern Express Company will
occupy part of the first floor of the
new Hirschberg building when com-

One of our local druggists complains
that people don't seem yet to under-
stand that the drug stores have stop-
ped selling ice cream for the season.

Cotton and cotton seed are begin-
ning to come in from the country, en
masse, judging from the huge bales
and number of cart loads of seed pass-
ing through our streets this week.

The first duck of the season a fine
mallard, appeared in the handsof o ne
of our local gunners last Thursday
evening, as we were going to press,
too late for notice in last-week's issue.

Miss Mattle Demilly, who was re-
ported as quite sick last week, is im-
proving rapidly, and her many friends
hope to see her soon quite restored

Several c: the merchants and store-
keepers report larger sales on last Sat-
urday than on any previous Saturday
for many weeks. A local fruit dealer
aiso reported the largest fruit sales of
the summer.

Mr. B. F. Inman, who has been in
for some time, is now rapidly recover-
ing. He works for the seaboard Air
Line Railroad Company, and not for
the Southern Express Company, as
was stated in our last week's issue.

The contract for the brick and stone
work on the Messrs. Duval Brothers'
new building has been given to Mr. J.
W. Smith. The basement will be 50
by 100 feet, the outside of the building
will be of- pressed brick.

Inspect our new line of stationery.
The Tallahassee Drug Co.
+ +
The building boom is fairly begun in
Tallahassee. With the Duval
Brothers' new building, the Hirsch-
berg new brick block, Mr. Williams'
new house and the addition to the cap-
itol soon to be begun, to say nothing
of. the new dormitories of the Florida
State College, Tallahassee is bracing
up, sureAnough. Who says we are not
pushl~lg ahead as fast as we are able?
+ +
Mr. H. N. Sweeting has just pur-
chased an elegant new piano for his
piano and- organ warehouse. It is one
of Ebersol's best, made by the Smith
& Nixon Company, of Cincinnati and
Chicago, and is a magnificent instru-
ment. The. lining is of birdseye maple,
and the outside of selected tiger-skin
oak, polished. It will be an ornament
to any house.

Mr. I adore Marcus has moved his
bar room to the store in the old Flor-
ician building until his new stand
shall be completed. He is very comn
fortably arranged in his narrow quar-
ters, but everything is there, including
Mr.,Marcus, who will be glad to meet
his old customers in his new quarters.
In our paper of two weeks' ago we
had the name of Mr. Frank Hartsfield
classed for first grade, when it should
have appeared as third. Just how the
slip occurred we are unable to state,
as the copy was plain enough. We
make this statement especially to show
that the grading committee had
nothing to do with it
The contract for the new Hlrschberg
building has been awarded to Messrs.
Gilmore & Davis, who are to begin
work October 1st, and expected to
complete the building by January 1st.
It is to be a two-story structure, of
brick, and will be fitted up throughout
with all modern conveniences.

Several of our merchans are improv-'
ing their opportunities to lay in a new
supply of fall anu winter goods Just
now. The sidewall s in front of their
sores are covered with boxes and pack-
ages. Read their new advertisements,
and watch these columns. There will
be_ sure to be bargains and novelties
for everybody.

pure drugs and medicines at
The Tallahassee Drug Co.

In another column of our paper will
be found the proposal for bids upon
the new capitol additions. Sealed pro-
posals will be received and examined
by the building committee and, all
things being equal, the contract given.
-. 1 h__af- r AW1. ill an* .4


When you have no appetite, do not
relish your food and feel dull after
eating you may know. that you need a
dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Price, 25 cents. Sam-
ples free at Wight & Bro.'s drug store.

Mr. Harris Levy returned to this
city on Tuesday. He had been to Bal-
timre and Washington, where it was
reported that he had gone to get mar-
ried. Mr. Levy's trip was purely a
pleasure trip, and the fine photograph
which ie brought home with him is a
forerunner of the future, his friends

Mr. Harrell, of the firm of Forbes &
Harrell, of the Tallahassee Restau-
rant, has withdrawn from the partner-
ship. Mr. Forbes will now conduct the
business alone, and has ararnged to
supply fresh oysters henceforth every
day in the week, instead of Tusdays,
Thursday and Saturdays, as previous-
ly advertised.

A new remedy for biliousness is
now on sale at Wight & Bro.'s drug
store. It is called Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives
quick relief and will prevent the at-
tack if gken as soon as the first indi-
cation of the disease appears. Price,
25 cents per box. Samples free.

Doctors Moor and Gwynn, of the
Tallahassee Drug Store, have removed
their soda fountain from their store,
and in its place substituted one of the
elegant new showcases made by the
Columbus Show Case Company, of
Columbus, Ga., which they have filled
with the choicest line of first-class sta-
tionery. The case is eight feet in
length, and besides making more room
beautifies the store to a great extent.
They have also placed a similar case,
though somewhat smaller, in the cen-
tre of the store, facing the entrance,
which they have filled wita brushes;
combs, whisk brooms, tooth brushes
and lotions and articles of a similar
nature. The Columbus show case has
made a great "hit" in their beautiful
productions, and Tallahasseeans are
reaping the benefit of it.

My residence is second house east of
Sheriff Pearce, and my machine sup-
plies can be had at W. H. Markham's
grocery store.
M. T. Joiner, Singer agent.



to water but you
make him drink.


You can't r.-.ak him cat


You ca n :tff food in-

to a thin man's stomach lu
that doesn't n-akc him use it.
Scott's Emulsion can make

him use it.

How? By mak- .

ing him hungry, of course.
Scott's Emulzion makes a thln
body hungry all over. Thought
a thin body was naturally hun-
gry didn't you? Well it isn't.
A I-

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* I
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Ishmeal Knight, a successful colored
farmer of Bradfordville, who purchas-
ed the plantation owned by the late
Judge Hilton, consisting of 110 acres
of land, has just purchased of Gilmore
& Davis a Deering Ideal mower for
his extensive hay farm He nas cui-
tivated a large lot of grass land and
expects a fine crop of hay

Best worm medicine. Children like it
so well they eat it on bread.

Mr. J. H. Moody left last Friday
night for the country,- whi-re he wilt
join his fa.i':y on t'.' farm. ;le has
sold out his interest in the restaurant
business to Mr. H. L. Gregery. Mr.
Moody intends returning to farming
again, and will continue to raise pork
and sweet potatoes. He has mte repu-
tation of raising the best pork and po-
tatoes. Mr. Gregory tells us, of any-
body in tLe neighborhood.

Mr. J. R. Ashmore, of Ashmore, was
in town Wednesday and Thursday of
this week on business. He reports
the crops as bad this season in Ash-
more, on account of too much rain and
the drill worm. The corn crop was
especially injured. Sugar cane crops
are, on the contrary, generally pretty
good this year. As he is only seven
miles from the seacoast, he says the
boys are rejoicing over the fishing sea-
son, which has already begun, and that
they will make up on it for the bad

Policeman Dennard had quite a
scrap on Saturday afternoon last with
a gentleman of color by the name of
orderly. It seems that Orderly had
drunk too much whiskey, according to
reports, and insisted upon acting dis-
Ordrly. It seems that Orderly had
sary to arrest him, and Orderly didn't
want to be arrested and resisted. Mr.
Dennard then found it necessary to
use his club and enforce the law by,
as one witness stated, "smashing his
ht ad to a jelly," but Dennard denies
,hitting him any harder than the occa-
sion required. The case will come up
for trial. If Orderly had notbeen drunk
he would not have acted disorderly,
and the policeman would not have or-
derly stuck disorderly Orderly.

Adjutant-General J. C. R. Poster, of
the Governor's party, who left for the
Pan-American Exposition and other
points the middle of the month, re-
turned home Saturday, September 28.
He was ill for a few days and stopped
over at St. Augustine to see his fam-
ily. He says that all would have nad
a fine time and enjoyed themselves
greatly but for the sad death of Pres-
ident McKinley, which cast a gloom
over everything .

Consumptives, we know that .you
* have been disappointed many times,
but make one more effort to be cured
Gooch's Mexican Syrup has cured hou-
sands and it will cure you. Consump-
tion is the result of the food material
that should go to support the body and
susain life being absorbed and thrown
off in tuberculous matter. To over-
come this waste of vital force and re-
ntrea the nOTIfatrmant Ma VhAt nuala in


potisms that have afflicted the human
race, it is the worst.
"One of the prejudices that most re-
tards the enfranchisement of women
is the idea that conferring political
freedom and opportunity upon them
will degrade womanhood, diminish
men's respect for women and demoral-
ise society. If this were true, it would
be indeed a fatal mistake. But the ex-
act contrary is the fact. What is suf-
frage? Lucy Stone has well defined
it as "the authoritative expression of
an opinion in relation to principles,
measures and men. Its essence is
rational choice." It is conferred only
upon persons considered capable of
making a rational choice. Idiots, lun-
atics, criminals convicted of infamous
crimes, aliens who owe allegiance to
a foreign power, babies, children anu
young men not yet arrived at full men-



tal maturity are *"e ,
with all women. Now, s i
society clasmeS all oma with th
capable It Practicany Puts Ia
upon womanhood, whih lowers
men's respect Voting Is one
power and power always com1



Senator Arthur 'j;. wnliams, of Nas-
sau county, s in ,ae city on business.

Mr. R. C. Dunn, of Madison, editor
of the Madison corder, visited at the
*Capital on Wednesday.

Attorney-General W. -. .Lamar Is
expected. home from Buffalo and other
Northern cities to-day
+ + +
Mr Clifford B Gwynn has returned
from the "cottage" at Panacea Springs
once more and is at his desk again.

Fine chewing tobacco at
The Tallahassee Drug Co.

Mrs. Mary Mabley, of Thorahome, is
visiting her sister, IMrs. E. Trice, on
Clinton street

Mrs. Willis returned Wednsday
from a lengthy visit to her son George,
in Fernandina.

Editor Dunn, of the Madison Re-
corder, was a pleasant visitor at the
office yesterday. +

Mr. E. M. Mabry was in town Sat-
urday. He reports everything doing
well about Lake Jackson district.

Mr. Junius Turnbull, the well-known
and faithful assessor of Jefferson
county was visiting the capital to uis-
cuss the tax question on Thursday.

Captain C. H. B. Floyd, of Apalach-
icola, spent a few days at the capital
on Igal business his week. He left for
his home on Wednesday.
+ 4 +4
For sprains, swellings and lameness
there is nothing so good as Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm. Try it For sale
by Wight & Bro. and all medicine

Mrs. John T. Bradford, having had
seven- years' experience in teaching
music, desires to open a class in Tal-
lahAssee on October 1st. For terms
and hours, write or call at Mrs. A. L.
Bond's, until October 1st 30-In

Mr. W. R. Wilson and daughter,
Mrs. Hogan, together with Mr. and
Mrs P. H. Wilson, returned from New
York and other Northern cities Tues-
day. They report a very pleasant and
successful trip.'

The Leon Aadeiy started its reg-
ular mion on -Monday, Sept. 30th.

Saturday's and Sunday's rain came
very agreeably in laying the dust and
cooling off the atmosphere.

Mrs. T. J. Roberts has returned to
the city again, after her visit to friends
and expects to re-open her boarding
house, "the Pillars.'

Mr. J. C. Trice, editor of the Talla-
hasseean, has been out of town for a
few days visiting in Jacksonville and
other places along the route.

Money refunded if it ever fails.

Mrs. James A. Ball expects to leave
for Augusta, Ga., on Friday on a visit
to relatives and friends. She will
remain away about a month.
+ +
Commission has been issues to First
Lieutenant C. S. Nobles, of Leesburg,
Lake county, for promotion to be Cap-
tain and Commissary or the Secono
Regiment of Infantry.

Mr. F. W Armstrong, passenger
agent of the C., T. & G. R. R., has re-
turned from Eastman, Ga. He has been
away with his family visiting friends.
His family will remain away a while

Go to Balckom's drug store and see
his new show cases, made by the Col-
umbus Show Case Co.,of Columbus. Ga.
They are six feet !ong, four feet high,
two feet deep and made of polfihed
oak arid the finest glass. There are two
of them.

Senator McLin returned with his
family from Panacea Springs last Sun-
day. He has been spending a week
very acceptably sailing and fishing,
and in trips through the country Gown
there. He appears to be greatly im-
proved in health and ready to begin
his fall duties once more

Mrs. A. L. Bond and the Misses Fan-
nie MacLeod, May Crolius and Annie
Lloyd Bond returned from Lanark on
Monday, where they have been stop-
ping at the Lanark Inn, which has
closed for the season. They have been
stopping there for several weeks pasZ
and have enjoyed an elegant time.

Mr. B. F. Inman, who --as been in
the city for the past ten days, selling
insurance for the Southern' Aid Ben-
evolent Association. of Pensacola, let*
last Saturday night for Apalachicoia
on the excursion. He is agent for al;
the larger cities ait towns ;n :his part
of Florida.

This caption is illustrative of the
fact and exemplified by what hap-
pened in this community during the
truck season just closed. A prospec-
tor was in town. He was looking for
a tract of land on which to grow can-
taloupes and watermelons. He was
accompanied by a railroad promoter,
and being shown the various points
that would interest and eventually lo-
cate the prospector. The railroad
man was working in the interest of
his line, knowing if the prospector was
located and he made a crop his line
would receive the benefit and the agent
more than earn his salary.
Incidentally an agent of a competing
railroad learned of the prospector's
presence; also that he was chaperoned
by a representative of a competing
line, which made the competing solici-
tor all the more eager to interview the
prospector. He succeeded. It didn't
take him five minutes to convince the
prospector he had the land and loca-
tion he had been seeking for weeks.
The result of that visit rented the
land and located the Easterlin Broth-
ers at Martin, and besides being a big
financial feather in the cap of the wide
awake and up to date agent of the
Plant System a nd his line, it was a ten
strike for the merchants and people of
Martin, which they would like to have
repeated three or four times a year,
and a great help to Ocala.
This little transaction is a pointer
and shows the duties of a representa-
tive of a railroad line and what is ex-
pected of him and the ability required
to be equal to all emergencies and that
competition is the life of trade. It
tells another story, that railroads are
vitally interested in the communities
through which they run and ever on
the lookout to better their own con-
dition and in doing this must confer
benefits on said communities.
In this connection it is nqt amiss to
say that the same agent is now at
work and will induce the Easterlin
Brothers to relocate near Martin and
cultivate 1,000 acres next season in the
Sugar Hammock, instead of several
hundred as in the past season, besides
securing them several hundred acres
near Ocala for cantaloupe and melon
lands, besides making these extensive
and successful truckers residents of
our town.
Part of the plan contemplates a
switch of several miles right into the
midst of the famous Sugar Hammock
lands. The Star awaits developments
with intense interest--Ocala Star.

Henry B. Blackwell, of Boston, Mass.
in his address at the Pan-American
conference of the National Suffrage
Association, in Buffalo, said in part:
"Everyone in free America admits
that no class of men can be safely in-
trusted with irresponsible power over
any other class of men; that the ex-
ercise of such, power brutalizes the su-
perior and degrades the inferior; that
political equality among men is the
only guarantee of social justice. Is
there any reason why the same prin-
ciple does not apply in the relations
of men and women? If class legisla-
tion, has proved so injurious to the
character of men when exercised upon
each other, how can it be otherwise
when exercised by men upon women?
As a matter of fact, it is even more
injurious. The popular conception of
woman's political inferiority degrades
the home, which is the nursery of hu-
man character. The character of men
and women is shaped and molded in
infancy and childhood. A man is the
joint product of heredity and environ-
ment It he has been born and reared
in an atmosphere of equality, in a
family where husband and wife regard
each other as equals, living in a noble
and life-long partnership, recognizing
reciprocal rights and duties, the boy
learns to respect his mother and, in so
doing, as he grows into manhood, he
will respect also his sister, his wife,
his daughter and all other women.
Just 'in proportion as his home has
been tainted with the false idea of
masculine supremacy and feminine
subordination, the boy will become im-
bued with the arrogance of sex, and
will come to regard women as made
for his convenience and for the ser-
vice of the male half of humanity.
"Of all forms of aristocracy, sex ar-
istocracy is the most subtle, all-per-
vading and dangerous. Of all the des-


"Something New Under
i'he Sun."

All Doctors have tried to curt CA-
ARRH by the use of powderal acid
gases, inhalers and drugs in te
torm. Their powders dry up th mu-
cuous membranes causing the to
crack open and bleed. The powerful
acids used in the inhalers ha en-
tirely eaten away the same em-
branes that their makers have aimed
to cure, while pastes and oin ents
cannot reach the disease. An o and
experienced practitioner who h for
many years made a close stud and
specialty of the treatment of CA-
TARRH; has at last perfected a reat-
ment which when faithfully use, not
only relieves at once, but permaently
cures CATARRH, by removing4 the
cause, stopping the discharges cur-
ing all inflammation. It is th, only
remedy known to science Lhat y
reaches the afflicted parts. won-
derful remedy is known as -
CURE," and is sold at the ext mely
low price of one dollar, each ag
containing internal and exte me I-
icine sufficient for a full month's t-
ment and everything necessary its
perfect use.
"SNUFFLES" is the only frfect
CATAhRH CURE ever made id is



S. P.



Next door to Gilmore &

AWOMim rIs EacoTvery.
The last quarter of a century r. h
many wonderful discoveries in
but none that have accomplished fort
humanity than that sterling old o oM
remedy, Browns' Iron Bitters. It to
contain the very elements good
and neither man, woman ot rhild cane s
it without deriving the greatest
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dea

Apples the Diet For the Seden 1Y
Apples are very whoiesome aI dl-
gestible. They contain consid ble
potassium and sodium salts, ma iesi-
urnm. a little iron and about 85 per cent
of w.ter. Apples. being rich in p tin.
form readily into jelly. They als tcon-
tain free organic acids as well as 'Its.
such a malaies. citrates and tart sites.
They are quite laxative. more so i tak-
en late a:it ighut or early in the iforn-
ing with a glass of water. Their utri-
tire value is not much. as tih. are
largely composed of water. i-7' in-
valids apples are test when bakeI and
eaten either plain or served with c ram.
-LeAdger Mp.n; lily.

A Drop of Water.
A gallon of distilled water w ghs
M339 pourils. and there Ibing four

K!6. Gilmore & Davis (o
supplies ...............
i'7.. % J Johnson.........
6s.. .W T Bannerman, sitar%,-
ing ..- .. ...... ... .
29. .Charles Smith repairs
d 0. .Taylor Williams, t-eats
*31:. Weekly T.vlhlhass<-an'
62 Atkinson & Mentzer, bik
board..... ..........
IMra. John Day Perkins, (.o,
ta4..H P Woodbtiry, i.xaum
62. .Supt's salary... .
&.I.. H W Demillv. Gra'. co"
637..J F, (;ra. C
638..Nrs.- L K flannenuau,
Grading Committe ,.
039..W T Banuerian, ExaMi.


8 04;
$017~ 41

R. J. EvAs,
Attest: Pro temn Chairmar.
C. W. BANNERMAN, Supt. and S-r,:tarv.
Creditors, legatees, distributes, and all per.
.sons having claims or demands against t{ ,cs-
te of ThomasJ. Roberts deceased. are ierebv
notified that they must present them within two
years from this the the third day of October,
1901, to
Administrator of the Estate of T homrt j.
Robert s.:- 8t


corponrnte limits of the city, embracing build-
ing lot and truck farms all contiguous alid de-
sirable. Apply to W. W. McGawP.
11 commodious two-story boarding house with
upper and lower verandas, ample grounds.
stable ana well appointed store, ton corier o
Gaines and IBoulevard streets. P.uiildins all
comparatively new and in good order. The lct
stand in the city for boarding or mner'.arile
Mv-iness. in two blot-cks of all depc-, It. I.
Shopi, Oil Mill, Factory, Ginner:-. etc. For
priceapplyto W W-. "1'W lWFF.
FTQOK SAI E. A nice r-idtence. with 21 ncres
J of lard, half mine from Capital. Apple vto-
JoHn. F. SPEAJS. *..-,i
F OR SALF-- All the aachirnerv for an up6to
date fibre factory ; :ood as new at half cost.
Apply to) W. W. MeGrtil -

' ing land on Lake .ackson,one mile of lake
shore for pasture. Apply to
44-tf W. w. McGRIFT.

SEVERAL of the most promment residences
Sthe city-on Calhoun and Clinton streets-
unsurpawed for business convenience or soel
surrounding. such a are _not on the market far
a lifeUme. For terms apply early, if youast
to buy. W. W. McGaw.
I tet In the Long Grove Lots.
Sept.4.,1898. R. MCxo.
S)R MA'LK-Desirable residence S. E. corner
of McCarty and Bronaugh streets. convenient
to church .school. post office and busine-s lsrt l
city. Term. hall cah, balance time if pre-
ferred. Apply to W. W. MUGRiFr. '2.i

& Davis Co.,


k FimezalDizeoto:


Is Co., opposite Wight Bros. Drug Store.

by constant additions to a
Select Stock of............

Monthly Financial Statement, Board of Pub-
he Instruction of Leon County, Florid.
for September, 1901.

quarts to the gallon and two pit
the quart. and If; fluid ounces l
pint. and tv*o tablespoonfuls to tbh
ounce. ard four teaspoonfuls to t
blespoon. and 4V drops to the tea.
a drop of; water weighs 0.00l
pound, sli4;itly more.
It's W thheldilag that CO
Diner--Came. tell me straight.
any real advantage to a man who
you a tip?
Truthful Waiter-Honestly, I
say that it is, but it Is apt to
with the gentleman that does
me.-Boston Transcript.

ps to
e ta-

Is It

t tip

now.. recnied as theonly se
positive cure for that annoying "
dissting disease. It cures anja
4imatin quickly and A
and J9 also wonderfully quick t"n -
lieve HAY FEVER or COLD t i
CATARRH when neglected often
leads to CONSUMPTION--~"SN
FLES" will save you if you use it at
once. It is no ordinary remedy, buta
complete treatment which is positively
guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any
form or stage if used according to th
directions which accompany eact
package. Don't delay but send for it
at once, and write full particulars as
to your condition, and you will receive
special service from the discoverer of
this wonderful remedy regarding your
case without cost to you beyond the
regular price of "SNUFFLEb' the
Sent prepaid to any address in the
United States on receipt of one dol-
lar. Address -Dept. C740, EDWIN B.
GILES & CO., 2330 and 2332 Market
street, Philadelphia.

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